Fashion designer Diane Von Furstenberg is walking into the new sunlight of fashion…Literally! This past week at New York Fashion Week 2014 DVF had her show at Springs Studios. The runway was covered in sunlight and surrounded by ceiling to floor windows. New artistic director for DVF, Michael Herz, has taken DVF in a new direction.
The line is described as accessibility and a straight forward spirit. The line has energy, sexy and lots of color. DVF spring collection is inspired by Brigitte Bardot from the 1960s. The line has French Chic look to it.
Two very famous models Kendall Jenner and Naomi Campell walked down the sunlight runway. The two beautiful ladies looked absolutely stunning in DVF’s spring line for New York Fashion Week 2014.
The line included wrapped dresses, cropped wrapped tops, full gingham skirts and sleeveless shealth dresses. The feminine and pretty line touched several season’s emerging trends. After DVF last 40th anniversary event, she came out with a new fresh look for New York Fashion Week 2014. She literally started her next chapter walking out into the sun.
The BioSilk Team had two moment between rehersal to take a quick pic! Lead artist Orlando Pita created soft waves with 1 1/2 inch CHI Curling Iron, BioSilk Texture Powder and BioSilk Natrual Hold Hair Spray. CHI Team included Albert Luis, Tammy Mixon, Lorena Garcia, Olivia Smalley and Matt Fugate.
Previous and popular pop star Britney Spears is expanding her talent to other regions of the arts. Pop star singer is now turning into hip fashion designer. On September 9th, 2014 New York Fashion Week introduced Britney Spears new intimate line called “Intimate Britney Spears”
Intimate by Britney is a vintage inspired lingerie for women. Spears explains her intimate lingerie to be sexy yet subtle. The lingerie is suppose to excite your partner but also makes you as a women feel sexy and confident under your everyday clothing.Pictured is BioSilk Artist Albert Luiz
The lingerie was beautiful, but lets also talk about the hair and makeup. The very popular hair line CHI was the leading artist for this event. Lead CHI artist Albert Luis directed Olivia Smalley, Tammy Mixon and Loren Garcia to created famous and stunning hair dos. The hair for the show was mostly updos and very “girly vintage”. OMGARTISTY really rocked their skills during this show.
After the show Britney tweeted “What an incredible experience. THANK YOU New York for being such a beautiful audience!” It took Spears two years to complete all the different “Intimate Stories from all mini collections. Each collection had their own different underwear cuts, bras and sleepwear.
Carolina Herrera has created a chic and youthful look for Spring 2014. It was a very stressful morning for Herrera. The show started late, but ended with a life longing impression. Herrera went for a new look or as she said “a youthful hemline”.
The show was held at the Lincoln Center on the fifth morning of Fashion Week New York 2014. It was an elegant, bright, chic yet youthful show. The line included prints, chic pant looks, high society looks, and floor length dresses. Herrera said she focused more on shoulders this time around. She created bell shaped sleeves for her garments.
Carolina Herrera was Sponsored by BioSilk Hair Care Line with World Famous Orlando Pita.
Pictured is Lead Stylist Orlando Pita and Olivia Smalley
Pictured is Hair Artist Olivia Smalley
Pictured is Hair Artist Albert Luiz and Lorena Garcia
The looks had sumo wrestle inspired hair styles. Lots of hair extensions where added to the bottom for a sleek looking style. The hair stylist Olivia Smalley used Biosilk Haircare firm hold hair spray. This product defiantly help keep the looks chic and intact.
The House of Herrera wanted something fresh and youthful and that’s what it brought to New York Fashion Week 2014.The spring line was made for everyday elegance.
If you were born and raised in Florida, you really do not know what winter clothes are. If you are from up North, then you know that wearing winter clothes is a love/hate relationship. Winter clothes are cute but also annoying because when it comes time to strip it takes about ten hours because of all the layering.
The most magical thing about winter are the fabulous and stylish coats you are able to wear. This Winter 2013 the most trendy and popular coat is the “Oversized Coat”. The Oversized Coat is an amazing staple piece. The Oversized Coat looks amazing on almost all types of body sizes and most importantly it keeps you very warm.
The Wool Oversized Coat
The Trench Look Alike Oversized Coat
The Leopard Knit Oversized Coat
The Oversized coat comes in all different styles, colors, and lengths. You can catch a lot of celebrities from New York and fashion designers wearing and designing the Oversized Coat. The Oversized Coat is a great piece to have in your closet. You can wear an Oversized Coat with dresses, leggings, jeans, and skirts. The amazing thing about an Oversized coat is that you can easily wear it with anything!
Every girl who loves, breathes, and eats fashion is wishing and dreaming she was at FASHION WEEK NEW YORK! Thank goodness for the Internet! This year designers have been pulling out their best, most gorgeous and breath-taking designs. Here are OMG TRENDS top five designers and their top three looks! Comment below with your favorite!
You’re a bombshell babe whose goal is to look unintentionally beautiful. Voluminous hair is sexy: Stay away from the straight iron! Go for texture or large, loose curls that give you a wind-blown effect when you strut by. Your guests won’t be able to take their eyes off you.
If you’re the Beach Bride:
You’re all about having fun and don’t take things too seriously. Your hair should reflect your playful, carefree outlook on life, so opt for loose waves. Weaving two braids around the back of your head for a reversed crown look will add dimension to the laid back style.
If you’re the Girl Next Door:
You feel comfortable in your skin and prefer to look and feel natural, especially on your wedding day. A loose braid is perfect; not over-the-top, but just whimsical enough to feel like a bride. Add a homemade flower tiara for a fresh look all your own. Your natural beauty will surely shine.
If you’re the Modern Bride:
You’re a fashion-forward woman of today and want a hairstyle that rivals those of celebrities on the red carpet. To accomplish this, pull curls back into a loose bun a little higher than the base of your neck. Every little hair should not be hair sprayed down; stiff updos are overdone. Don’t take yourself too seriously and go for effortlessly beautiful, leaving out short, wavy tendrils to frame your face.
If you’re the Pinup Bride:
You’re a decade’s girl who would rather rummage through thrift stores than shop at department stores. For a fun, sexy style, use a thick curling iron to roll up pieces of your hair into rollers. One you release large, face-framing barrel curls, brush them out. To get the complete ’50s look, wear a caged veil with a flower or sparkling brooch to add glamour. Your grand entrance will be unforgettable.
If you’re the Vintage Bride:
You long to have witnessed 1920s Paris. The beauty and grace of the era is stunning, and your wedding is the perfect time to embrace it. A structured side-do with the identifiable wave will help you channel Daisy Buchanan and create the glamorous elegance you always dreamed of.
If you’re the Ballerina Bride:
You’re peppy, feminine and have been dreaming of a Cinderella-wedding since you were a little girl. A prominent bun on the very top of your head is all you need to complete the fantasy look. After gathering your hair into a high ponytail, wrap the tail end around, pin it and soon you have a top-knot worthy of a princess.
If you’re a Lace Romance Bride:
You’re a hopeless romantic who has dreamt of looking soft and beautiful on her wedding day. Using delicate lace as inspiration, a twisted bun at the base of the neck will accentuate your natural features.
If you’re a High Fashion Bride:
A true fashionista, your inspiration has stemmed from the runways of New York and Paris. You understand that a successful, unforgettable look doesn’t end with the dress. Donning a low ponytail with texture on top adds a modern, couture edge fit for a model.