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Michael Kors spring/summer 2015

Another fresh proposition from NYFW. This time one and only Michael Kors. Probably already love him because of his great accessories collection but this time I want to show you his new spring collection. Michael created a look inspired by 1950s summer. During the interview he admit that for him this was unbelievably optimistic time. This collection is full of joyous ballet-length skirts and flippy short dresses, waists are gently nipped in with crocodile corsage belts. Designer also shows how to wear transparency in real life - just mixed them with...

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J.Crew spring/summer 2015

 I must say that I'm huge fan of this brand. J. Crew womenswear designer Tom Mora admit that this collection was inspired by a recent trip to Ibiza. As a result we can see very relaxed look. Unlike previous more figure hugging collection this one is full of very loose fitting items. The dresses and the embellished shorts hit just above the knee. It's all about ease and comfort.  “We started out with fabrics in the collection that were really inspired by indigenous people. That’s where you see these beautiful stripes,...

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Jason Wu spring/summer 2015

After dressing Michelle Obama he became America’s fashion darling - but rather than being a one-hit wonder on that front, he’s stayed strong and steady. In my opinion refined and sophisticated is an apt description. Collection began in a sober palette of earthy neutrals on trademark wearable separates and smart shirtdresses. When you look at his clothes you will never be scared of by them. Wu's line I can easily called reliable in his work he combines the concept of beauty and the exploration of American sportswear which accounted for...

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Oscar de la Renta spring/summer 2015

New Oscar de la Renta spring/summer collection is all about intricate florals, sheer lace and handcrafted embellishment. Full of pastel shades, the prim and proper silhouettes makes it look sweet. De La Renta delivered his signature ladylike glamor with a runway show that began with simple checkered prints perfect for the daytime. Meanwhile cocktail hour ushered in more formal numbers with colorful, embroidered florals and feather decorations. Miranda Priestly from "The devil wears Prada" probably would have said: " florals? for spring? Groundbreaking" but in this collection this obvious pattern is...