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Diane von Furstenberg Fall/Winter 2014
Diane von Furstenberg's wrap dress turns Forty. To celebrate the her success Diane put a collection of her most iconic designs over the years on display at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week. Designing graphic prints are as integral to her label as the wrap dress. Her styles were modeled after the undulating curves of Murano glass and the black and white checks of art deco skyscrapers lit up at night. "Organic meets geometric," she revealed. "I've always thought Venice and New York were similar; they're both islands, they're both centers of art and culture." Diane's hues for Fall and Winter 2014 are strikingly vivid, particularly the azure blue and violet of a knee-length shift.
Mark and Estel Fall/Winter 2014
Los Angeles dynamic duo Mark Tango and Estel Day traded in their signature t-shirt collection and went for a much more sophisticated trend for their fall 2014 collection. Still true to their rocker-chic aesthetic, the fashion event started with a black wool v-neck cocktail dress that was styled with a diagonal- shaped top hat that was reminiscent of what you would expect to see in a runway show during the early 1990's.
The hues for Mark and Estel’s fall 2014 collection was a series of black and neutrals with burst of color. Simultaneously there was a twist away from the neutrals made clear in Mark and Estel’s red wrap skirt that flowed naturally, creating a vision of a woman stepping right out of a photo editorial in Vogue.
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