Fashion week has welcomed in a sea of beautiful hues from rich mulberry to vivid coral.
On the BCBG MAX AZRIA runway, models glided down the catwalk in loose color blocked dresses. The designer played with a range of bold shades and emphasized the geometric lines and shapes of his garments.
Cynthia Rowley proved that almost any silhouette can be layered with a turtleneck to create a sleek look. The always trendsetting Rowley mixed pops of deep oranges while blending in olive blouses with a hint of neon.
Fringed tunics were paired with dimensional jackets at Nicholas K. The designer paired her collection with layered pieces in the form of draped blouses and leather outerwear perfect for fall. With a desert palette at the center of her collection, the designer focused on bringing to life color with her western and deco inspiration.
With a brand new (1 year old) collection on her hands, designer Kelly Wearstler proved to design like a veteran. A bold new edge on her design ascetic gave acid washed denim and rivets a new life. The entire collection had a flare for the cool and modern woman, without looking to contrived or over styled. Wearstler played with deep reds and bright pinks to set the stage for a savvy new collection.