New York Fashion Week 2014 Overview

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New York Fashion Week has come and gone- but the garments seen here will be setting the trends for the year to come. We have made a little collection of our favorites from the week and the trends we are hoping are here to stay!

Oscar De La Renta

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His looks were light, feminine and polished, with a beautiful use of color, which included a pastel color palette of pinks, creams and blues. This collection has a youthful spirit and a charming sense of innocence- but what we really loved was the evening wear! It stole the show for us.

Jason Wu

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Jason Wu collection this year was a bit more conservative than years past, with a more muted color pallet but it was very stunning and very wearable. As the show went up the heat was turned up a notch with the evening gowns.

Proenza Schouler

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This show was thrilling and edgy. The collection was an elevated version of normcore and everything great about American sportswear.

Michael Kors

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Cheery and happy as usual Michael Kors let his sunny side out to play again. The collection had many floral looks and looks he kept simple and clean that an overall cheery feel- living up to his reputation.

Marc Jacobs

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Marc Jacobs switched up the traditional fashion show by partnering with beats by dré to put everybody in the audience into their own immersive world. His collection had a uniform feel to them with the looks slowly becoming more voluminous and embellished.

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