We look back on a week of coveted collections, hectic backstage coverage and the fashion essentials that stylishly got us through it all.
From fairy tales to brothers grim, Lela Rose was able to capture magic throughout her AW2013 ready-to-wear collection.
This season the look at Jill Stuart was very natural and youthful, with a dark romantic inspiration.
Alice+Oliva continued to grace the runways this season with an eclectic mix of fashions for their Fall 2013 collection.
For the Helmut Lang Fall/Winter 2013 collection, creative directors Michael and Nicole Colovos, delivered a strong and ultra-streamlined collection inspired by the work of Picasso, for the modern woman.
Mara Hoffman’s Fall 2013 collection was inspired by gypsies, with bold geometric prints and textured fabrics.
Rag & Bone showed one of their most defined collections yet; the Rag & Bone woman is distinct and refined. Inspired by aviation, the hair and makeup matched the sense of modern flight.
The Thom Browne Fall 2013 women’s collection: Tim Burton meets the French aristocracy for an evening in the snowy woods.
Jeremy Laing’s Fall 2013 collection epitomizes a Japanese sensibility. The oversized silhouettes are sculptural with sophisticated color tones, embodying the elegant fall collection.
Tomboy-feminine was the vision behind Timo Weiland’s AW 2013 ready-to-wear collection. The design duo showcased menswear inspired silhouettes whilst still embracing a classic femininity.
The hair and make-up at Carmen Marc Valvo Fall 2013 had a decidedly punk rock flair, giving it a really young and vibrant feel.
The runways at the Tadashi Shoji Fall 2013 show featured a collection inspired by rich Russian culture.
For Fall/Winter 2013, Wildfox Couture delivered an outstanding and glamorous 1920’s inspired collection.
Craving A Cure for Common Chocolate this Valentine’s Day? We’ve Got the Antidote You’re After
By Stef Schwalb
It’s almost Valentine’s Day…so check out Antidote, the cure for common chocolate in this week’s City Pulse.