For Spring 2014, BCBGMAXAZRIA’s Max & Lubov Azria went back to basics as the designers rethought classical shapes, including several menswear-as-womenswear pieces. The result is brilliantly crafted collection filled with surprising cuts and shapes, such as a tuxedo shirt crop-top and sexy jumpers. It’s as if a new fashion student were tasked with rethinking fashion, but helped by a team of fashion assistants with 25 years of commercial fashion brand building experience. Zoom in on the many details to discover each surprising twist.
The following show notes provide a little bit more insight into the collection:
For Spring 2014, traditional silhouettes and tailoring techniques are deconstructed and reconstructed with the fresh, cool energy of the season.
Functional fabrications provide a timeless practicality. Cotton twills and dobbies juxtapose against flyaway georgettes, while abstract watercolor prints and textural embroideries add an artistic touch to a neutral palette of chambray and blush, accented with black and white. The juxtaposition of masculine and feminine embodies a new perspective on tailored chic.
Structured clutches and open-toe booties articulate an urban edge.