Jill Stuart combines a leather jacket to a black tutu skirt, giving the model the air ballerina rebel, leaving the discipline of the Opera for an evening.
Jill Stuart For the second day of the Fashion Week New York Spring-Summer. Jill Stuart keeps her ultra-feminine look but changes other codes. After her long silhouettes “lady” of last year, the designer made this time scroll baby doll rebels. Anyway, Jill Stuart always inspires of all us…
Fashion Week New York Spring-Summer continues to be in full swing. As every year, the Big Apple welcomes regulars and open arms to new talent. Among veterans of the New York Fashion Week, Jill Stuart has unveiled its spring-summer. True to itself, the designer gives us a collection that exudes femininity. If last year we admired the twelve o’clock or long robes, parade Jill Stuart Spring-Summer reveals more flesh blows of mini dresses, shorts and jackets.
Short and sexy cuts succeed without ever being vulgar. The show begins with an association cropped top with wide shoulders + a flowing skirt, revealing a thin strip of skin. All combined with a light hair, a bit “out of bed” that can be found on all models. The silhouettes parade Jill Stuart Spring-Summer 2014 then wander among the well-placed cutouts and transparency control. Also, present in the denim, the speckled blue stripes and unbleached held the structured cuts sprinkled with miniature motifs.
Far sirens Jason Wu, the spring-summer Jill Stuart offers some of its models the appearance of the modern baby doll, as shown by the few pristine and bright views on the catwalk pieces. Faced with this white, black has nothing sinister either. The black leather, in particular, that size of the place. Only intense on a dress, she wants to be calmed by a soft white and gray skirt. During her spring-summer, The designer also adds to her show touches of blue or ultra light beige, the transcendent transparency. One thing is clear, spring-summer 2014 will not be without Jill Stuart.
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