• Show Review: Gucci Fall 2014

    Gucci is a popular choice for magazine covers and red carpets with its focus on superior craftsmanship and overwhelming luxury. It’s easy to imagine our favorite starlets strolling in an ensemble or even a pair of the brand’s shoes on our feet–in some ways its inaccessible, yet still so gorgeous that it’s worth the occasional splurge. Fall 2014 did not disappoint.
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    Frida Giannini has a love affair with the 70’s, but dialed it back a decade to the 60’s for her latest foray. Fall was infused with a pastel color palette of minty green, blush baby pinks, sky blues, and lemon yellows, anchored by camel brown.
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    Exotic skinned boots finished with horsebit details accompanied most looks. Soft leather satchels and sunglasses mimicked the season’s cool colors.
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    The showing was mostly about solids, though a feral leopard print crept in on trench coats, dresses, and accessories.
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    The focus was definitely not on the red carpet, unfortunately. Feather embellished or sequined floor grazing gowns were replaced with short dresses seemingly more fit for day or tea time.
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    This collection seemed very much for the everyday woman who wants a bit of opulence. Jeans and flat shoes shared the runway with decadent furs; even dresses were paired with comfortable boots.
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    The pastel color palette is supremely pretty. I can see Kerry Washington in a nipped, buttoned coat, pushing her baby in a pram, bottles poking out her oversized tote.
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    What do you think?

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