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Coverage of MBNYFW 2013-14 Day 1: Erin Fetherston

I am a fan of Erin Fetherston, I’m the first to admit that I love her line. Just one look at her latest collection will tell you why I feel that way. With a color palette that consisted of black, white, olive green, gold, silver, bronze, cream, emerald green, purple, royal blue, navy blue, and gray, she has used those colors to put together a ethereal collection of skirts, dresses, gowns, jackets, tops, and coats. The collection is reminiscent of a garden party or a party at a city botanic garden/arboretum, complete with a halo of flowers placed on each model. Long floor length gowns were part of the collection, along with flared mini skirts and peplum skirts. There were two pieces that had ankle-length cigarette pants; one was paired with a black jacket made of black lace with a white lining. Taffeta dresses and skirts were also prevalent in this collection. The fabrics being used were lace, sheer fabrics, damask or brocade, and leather.

Some of the cocktail dresses had sheer sleeves, elbow-length sleeves, or were sleeveless. There was a sweetheart strapless gown and cocktail dresses with patterns. A couple of dresses had a bateau/boat neckline, and one dress had a floral pattern. Overall, I loved this collection. I thought it was beautiful and ethereal, like a post-modern pre-ralphaelite period.

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This entry was posted on February 9, 2013 by in Fashion, Fashion Week, NYFW and tagged , , , , , .

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