Oscar de la Renta launched Spring 2014 collection at the ongoing New York Fashion Week. And only one word sums up the description of the line up – Beautiful. Catering to ladies of all age, Oscar de la Renta’s creations are bursting with colors, high on glamour as well as deep in detailing.
Though the current collection jazzed around Elizabethan trend, it appealed to fashionistas naïve enough to fall in love with own clothes. Laces, embroideries, and layers ruled the creations.
Right from white crochet dresses, gathered lapel jackets, checkered pencil skirts, blouses with puffed sleeves, silk faille party dresses, navy blue and white day wear to gorgeous ball gowns, all of them sashayed down the runway with intricate details.
Lastly the man behind the exquisite creations took a bow with two show stoppers. Karlie Kloss looked elegant in an ivory strapless column gown with tiers of pearl and sequin embroidery. And Joan Smalls accelerated the excitement by modeling a citron-yellow strapless gown with an overlay of black threadwork and sequins.
It is interesting to know that the two ladies behind the inspiration of this collection are Anne and Mary Fitton (both ladies in waiting to the Queen). However they exist in form of portraits.
Although heavily inspired byElizabethans, Oscar de la Renta’s Spring 2014 collection has something for all the ladies in this day and age.
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