New York Fashion Week Day 2: SS14 highlights from BCBG Max Azria, Tadashi Shoji, Tocca & more

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Day 2 of New York Fashion Week saw the catwalk shows finally kick off with the likes of BCBG Max Azria, Tadashi Shoji, Tocca, and Creatures of the Wind to name but a few.

The Creatures of the Wind designers Shane Gabier and Chris Peters proved that they were worthy recipients of the $100,000 Fashion Fund with their spring/summer 2014 collection which comprised of colour blocking, boxy jackets, tuxedo trousers, pencil skirts and pieces with a bit of a sporty aesthetic. A real mixed bag!

Octavia Spencer’s fave designer Tadashi Shoji once again presented a romantic collection; hemlines were both long and short but the models floated down the runway in the same way, regardless.

If you’re after a sugary sweet collection, look no further than Emma Fletcher’s offering for Tocca. It’s the kind of thing little girls’ dreams are made of – ballerina skirts, pastel pink colours and ballet tights. It moved into rebellious teen territory in places too though, with edgier pieces such as a bold red jumpsuit also making an appearance.

Tadashi Shoji 

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Tocca

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Creatures of the Wind

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Nicholas K

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