After going skin-tight for the last Fall/Winter season, Isabel Marant decided to go the opposite route and made things oversized and slouchy for 2014. Knits were in abundance, corduroy was sprinkled throughout, and there were staples like leather, this time mixed with nylon.
This season Isabel also brought back outerwear with strong shoulders, similar to what she did a few years back. Some were rounded and others tailored to add power to the looks. For the shoes, Isabel loves her slouchy suede styles. This season they were wrapped, lined and even in fur, these are sure to be popular among her many followers. You can see the full collection below.
Here is the new Autumn Winter 2014 collection Mardou & Dean. The fashion show was held in one of Oslo’s preserved industrial buildings from the 1940s and was lit up by glow sticks. The models walked down the runway wearing chokers, guitar finger picks and magnetic ear studs to André Bratten’s moon modular and deep space grooves accompanied by Ledfoot´s gothic blues.
Fall/Winter is definitely always a strong season for Elizabeth and James and 2014 is no different. The team there just know what they are doing with outerwear. This season it was kept streamlined with clean, slightly masculine lines and details that were strong, yet subtle at the same time.
There are pieces that are sure to become staples when the collection becomes available, the knits especially. Those sweaters and blazers are something I can see Taylor Tomasi Hill wearing. Which looks are your favorites? You can see the full collection below.
For the Fall/Winter 2014 season Andreas Melbostad was inspired by the suits of astronauts and futurism, not in shape but details, for Diesel Black Gold. There is slight padded ribbing as well as off centered zippers that you would find on the uniforms. When it came to the color palette, it was futurism. There was a ton of metallics as well as mirrored metal plates embellishing skirts and dresses.
The exceptional pieces didn’t just stop with the clothing, the boots were a statement on their own. Many cap toed, buckled, and zippered while others were kept simple. They are sure to be a constant photographed piece when they become available. You can check out the full collection below.