Monday, September 8, 2014

Accessories: NYFW Spring 2015

A delectable assortment of spring goodies!

Alejandro Ingelmo: The designer favored mesh, denim, a chunkier heel — and his latest iridescent metallic was executed as a croc print.

Chloe Gosselin: For her sophomore effort, Chloe Gosselin developed a purple-hued printed leather by draping wet cloth over a friend’s body on the beach.

Repossi: In addition to her White Noise collection, Gaia Repossi showed pieces reminiscent of the cliffs in Antifer, France.

Edie Parker: Edie Parker's spring collection reflected an Indian flavor, inspired by Karen Knorr's photographs and the colors of the subcontinent.
Eva Fehren: For her first fashion week presentation, Eva Fehren's jewelry was inspired by shadows, with black and white diamonds creating an ombré effect.

Charlotte Dauphin de la Rochefoucauld brought her patented blue-gold Dauphin fine jewelry to New York for the first time this season.

Karen Gallo cited Wes Anderson’s “The Royal Tenenbaums” as a major influence for her spring collection, putting her own spin on the fictional family’s “dysfunctional functional” style. 

Karen Gallo’s spring line focused on contrasting black and white, with the occasional splash of color.

Cri de Coeur x Arden Wohl: Arden Wohl’s third collaboration with vegan brand Cri de Coeur referenced Paul Gaugin’s work in Tahiti with canvas floral prints, jute braiding and raffia details.
Ela: Husband-and-wife handbag designers Ela and Martin Aldorsson found spring inspiration in sneaker culture, translating the off-duty staple via micro-perforated leather in streamlined silhouettes.

Sporty perforated handbags at Ela.

A hand-painted style at Schutz.

Elaine Turner: Houston-based Elaine Turner feted her recently opened New York store (her seventh nationwide) at its tony Madison Avenue address. 
Trina Turk: The designer celebrated a collaboration with e-commerce site Bag Borrow or Steal, which will carry a version of Turk’s Manhattan satchel exclusively this fall.

Bayne called her collection “Moonbathers,” imagining the beach at night. Leather stars appeared as appliqués on harness straps and corsets; bras and belts were dappled with crystals.

Zana Bayne: Leather master and mistress Zana Bayne once again pushed the limits of what accessories derived from S&M accoutrement can be: lush, with edgy chic.

Bayne paired her accessories with crisp cotton shirtings by Norisol Ferrari, as the bondagelike apparatuses are better grasped on figure.
George Frost's beaded necklaces and silver framed Native American icons. 

A Victorian style eye miniature featured prominently in Lulu Frost's collection.

Dee Ocleppo: For her second collection, Dee Hilfiger sought inspiration from her travels to Mustique, seen in tropical prints done in brights, such as pink, blue, yellow

Times Arrow: Launched last year by Christine Park, Times Arrow featured a collaboration with stylist Kate Foley for spring--updated classics from the contemporary line by adding pops of color.
Melissa: The Plastic-shoe brand continued its designer collaborations. Jason Wu introduced the Flox sandal, while Karl Lagerfeld added pearls and the likeness of his cat to flats and pumps.

Dannijo: The Dannijo sisters have upped the ante with this collection, which features jewels, bags and their newly launched shoes. Inspired by their friend Lyle Owerko’s photo journal of his trip to Mongolia, the jewelry had an old-world feel.

An animal print bag at Dannijo fit the collection's bohemian vibe.

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