“Inspired by her recent garden wedding in Barbados, the designer proposes a medley of dresses and separates in dynamic three-dimensional, botanic-inspired textures and colors.” — Erin Fetherston

“Sweet liberation” — Tadashi Shoji

Strong Latin American women” — Rebecca Minkoff

“Military and nautical preppiness gone ethnic.” — Jenni Kayne

“Surf’s up downtown.” — Peter Som


Rachel Roy


Pamella Roland:
Inspired by her recent trip to the Cannes Film Festival, designer Pamella Roland has created a collection for Spring 2014 that captures the glamour and energy of the star studded French Riviera as it was in the 1960’s.

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“Spring 2014 radiates sensuality, energy and optimism with an array of bold, spirited styles infused with Afro-Cuban influences to create an aesthetic full of texture and movement. Balancing fresh, feminine styles and modern sportswear, the collection is rich in detail, including leather and raffia embroideries and authentic athletic accents.” — Tracy Reese


“I call this collection “a gang of rainbow warriors”. If there were ever a gang that worshipped rainbows, this is what they would wear!” — Mara Hoffman

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Nicole Miller

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BCBG Max Azria: “We were inspired by nature and modern art. Contemporary art inspired the choice of vivid colors, while more muted tones glean inspiration from the natural beauty of the world around us.” — Lubov Azria, Chief Creative Officer

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Oscar De La Renta


Herve Leger by Max Azria:
“Different cultural and geological references inspire the collection as seen in ancient tribes and tradition.” — Lubov Azria, Chief Creative Officer


Lorry Newhouse


“My Serpent Queen is an enigmatic ruler of her universe. Seductively dangerous, she ominously enraptures all with her mystery and beauty.” — Rubin Singer

“African maximalism” — Erin Beatty and Max Osterweis, Suno

“Detroit’s tenacity to change, evolve and embrace its historic past.” — Ann Yee

“In spring, we explore the conflict between hard and soft and the physical restraint binding them together.” — Carly Cushnie and Michelle Ochs, Cushnie et Ochs


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