The BCBG Max Azria 2014 RTW Spring Collection Brought a Unique Flair to the Runway
“Our design approach has always been about deconstructing and reconstructing garments,” stated Lubov Azria in a backstage interview during New York Fashion Week. Azria explained the methodology behind the clothing line as the company approaches its 25th anniversary. The concept for the BCBG 2014 RTW Spring Collection was to pay tribute to the fashion and style of the past 25 years of designs Taking inspiration from a man’s dress shirt, elements of the shirt, reconstructed into women’s clothing, are brilliant in design. Unique touches such as a “cuff belt” shows the extraordinary thought that went behind creating the collection. The peplums were indeed the delight of the show with shirttails used as an edge.
The layered design of men’s dress shirts and turned dress with floral highlights at the bottom was genius. The use of sheer not only made the look feminine, but also edgy and sexy. The deep V-neck cuts add an extra pinch of womanhood to this delicious recipe for haute fashion. The redefinition of the high-low skirts with angled splendor is definitely a look that fashion lovers everywhere will want in their closets. As the collection moved into eveningwear, the beautiful, flowing gowns were refreshing and delightful. The pants suits gave off tuxedo flair as they interchanged with gowns bursting with life and color. The BCBG Max Azria 2014 RTW Spring Collection kicked off New York Fashion Week with easy, breezy, and exquisite spring fashion that every woman will want to wear.