DESIGNER: Olivier Rousteing
INSPIRATION: "I wanted to explore something casual and sporty," Rousteing shared backstage according to Style.com. "It's less evening and more real. It's more me."
TRENDS: Balmain went with a sporty
DESIGNER: Norma Kamali
INSPIRATION: Back to the basics 101. While designers from New York to Paris produced sartorial spectacles during Fashion Week, Kamali brought her Spring 2014 collection home in an intimate preview at her Midtown
DESIGNER: Alexander Wang
INSPIRATION: Wang wanted to take an idea very apparent to Cristòbal and start injecting an idea of "ease” and “garments unraveling over time.”
TRENDS: Woven leather twine, short sets, crop tops,
Fashion week may have already moved on to Paris, but we're still dreaming of our favorite looks from last week's Milan shows. Needless to say, we'll be adding these Spring 2014 styles to our editor wish list!
Fendi: Fitting that one
DESIGNER: Anthony Vaccarello
INSPIRATION: “Girls are their most beautiful during their holidays,” the designer said. “I wanted to try to bring swim to the city.”
TRENDS: Lots of thigh, tie-dyed denim, high-waisted minis,
Designer: Belgian designer Dries Van Noten
Inspiration: The Golden Era meets a whimsical wonderland
Trends: Slouchy separates made up of loosely fitting trousers and voluminous blouses under patterned boucles or trench coats.