Fashion Month roared in like a lion and out like a lamb wearing Chanel sneaker boots. Fall 2014 was a continuation of last season’s trends (abstract colorblocking, worldly prints, etc.) combined with an abundance of luxurious coats and buttery leather thigh high boots. Just for kicks, here’s a highly edited selection of favorites:
Prabal Gurung’s drapey layers and muted tones; Slouchy windowpane prints at 3.1 Phillip Lim, Juan Carlos Obando does American Hustle; Insouciant wallpaper prints at Karen Walker; A plushy marshmallow short suit at Sass and Bide; Marc by Marc does Hood By Air
Gorgeous prints on babydoll dresses at Erdem; Colorful abstract prints at Issa; Mary Katrantzou’s hippie-inspired details; Swimming-in-the-clouds elegance at Marios Schwab; Tom Ford’s shoutout to Jay Z’s shoutout to Tom Ford (WHUT?); Layered world-traveler prints at Preen by Thornton Bregazzi
Sheer black and navy at Fendi; Capes and layer-bocking at Etro; Luxe puffer vests over tweed at MaxMara; Belted black and white at McQ; Crayon box colored graphics at Missoni; Modernized Gatsby-era influences at Prada
Schoolgirl layering at Miu Miu; Valentino’s sure-to-be-seen-on-the-red-carpet dresses; The most high-end grocery shopping gear EVER at Chanel; A hint of ‘70s styling at Nicolas Ghesquiere’s first collection forLouis Vuitton; Multitextured outerwear at Balenciaga; Morpheus-meets-French Navy coats at Celine
Images courtesy Style.com. Reposted with permission from TheStyleSample.com
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