1. Casual beachy looks that are perfect for a casual day at the boardwalk or about town. But the casualness does not leave the collection wanting for intrigue. Pops of color blocking, crochet, and print details in bright colors bring pep to black and white staples.

    Timo Weiland . Spring2014 RTW

  2. Favorites from Gucci Spring 2014 RTW

  3. Stand out in mix and match eclectic prints.

    Duro Olowu . Spring2014 RTW

  4. Intricately fabricated gowns that pile layers, panels, and texture to be athletic and ethereal simultaneously. 

    Donna Karan . Spring2014 RTW

  5. Favorites from Gareth Pugh Spring 2014 RTW. Intense.

  6. Considering the edgy image of the brand, it’s interesting that these looks are largley inspired by 90s prep rather than the alternative alternative. You’ve got it all: Midriffs, matching plaid (or striped oxford), and logo mania. But it manages to stay cool by employing another decade throwback, hypersexualized styling.

    Alexander Wang . Spring2014 RTW

  7. Translates hippie vibe drawn from worldly prints, militant olive, and folksy pleats into contemporary styles by narrowing silhouettes for some looks and aggrandizing others, like constructing the staple flower child fabric, crochet, into bold patterns on gown-like handkerchief dresses.

    Chloe . Spring2014 RTW

  8. Through subtle accents like contrasting waistbands, midriffs, and chunky zippers, fitted in overall looser cuts in shiny windbreaker leather and sporty mesh sheer fabrics, this collection is scoring points for sportif chic. 

    Helmut Lang . Spring2014 RTW

  9. Spring Trends: Pink and Orange

  10. This collection blurs the line between trendy street wear and classic formal wear with luxurious ornation like embroidery and lace on casual jackets and midriff shells with full gown skirts. 

    Alice + Oliva . Spring2014 RTW