New York Fashion Week SS14 highlights from Tory Burch, Jenny Packham, J Crew & more

New York Fashion Week SS14 highlights from Tory Burch, Jenny Packham, J Crew & more

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Tory Burch

Another day of New York Fashion Week and another fine selection of spring/summer 2014 pieces making their way down the catwalks.

If we were going to give a prize to most literal translation of spring/summer, it would definitely go to Tory Burch thanks to her latest collection which came complete with  cypress trees, sundresses and more flower designs than you can shake a stick at.

Big hair, don’t care! The models’ hairstyles may have been large and in charge, but the attention was still commanded by Jenny Packham’s signature breathtakingly beautiful pieces. Jenny Packham did what Jenny Packham does best and showcased a stunning collection comprised of glamorous, effortless pieces that the models floated along the runway in. It was almost like they were walking on air! We hope Kate Middleton gets her hands into one of these pieces!

It was a totally different story over at Marc by Marc Jacobs, as relaxed silhouettes dominated the catwalk. The designer’s trademark pyjama styles made an appearance, as did varsity jackets, cheerleading dresses and basketball uniforms.

We were waiting with particularly baited breath for Sass & Bide, as the Australian designers were showing in the Big Apple for the first time after showing at London Fashion Week  for the last six years. Feminine silhouettes were juxtaposed withy slightly androgynous shapes, creating an all-together sharp and expertly tailored collection.

Jenny Packham

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Marc by Marc Jacobs

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Oscar de la Renta

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J Crew

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Sass & Bide

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Rodarte

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