New York Fashion Week is in full force for Spring 2014 and will be ending in a few days. Many designers seem to have matched the mood and sentiment by choosing the either the continuing of Fall/Winter’s black/white duo or with a blast of color in geometric patterns. The word on the street is that the collections are hitting new heights and standing out above the tents of Lincoln Center.
Victoria Beckham decided to stay within the realm of the ying/yang factor with slipdresses, tailored drop-waist tunics and flared skirts with a hint of its opposite color peering from underneath.
Diane Von Furstenberg followed up with small geometric patterns of black and white in flare skirts and flowing easy to wear animal influence pants suits. She shared her designs in color too and seem to favor bright red and dazzling blue.
Diana Von Furstenberg and Victoria Beckham have already given their view of what we all should be donning next summer and it looks good.
Another designer who steered catwalk away from the others was Carolina Herrera. Even at 75, the Venezuelan-American designer proved that she still has it with her distinctive style enveloping some change. Ms. Herrera, whose designs have always been based on the classics, broke out from her usual mold. She explained for 2014 “it’s about Kinetic Art.”
Surprisingly Donna Karan broke her trademark of ‘black is all you need’ philosophy and went with Pantone’s dazzling blue as well as neutral browns and beiges in most of her collection.
What works with black/white or any color combo? Carry a variety of colors in a designer handbag that will surely hit upon the top color each and every year. The authentic Louis Vuitton Eliza Bag serves as a multiple of purposes for making any season just the right one no matter the color.
The pre-owned Louis Vuitton Eliza is a pochette frame that contains a half moon styling against a bombardment of brightly colored LV monogram canvas including Emerald. Owner Ashley Tisdale feels the bag’ Louis Vuitton monogram in a multitude of color against a white backdrop just pops out. The multicolored pattern canvas was designed exclusively for Louis Vuitton by Japanese artist, Takashi Murakami.
The used LV Eliza is enhanced further by natural cowhide leather trim and edgy gold tone brass hardware that shouts stylish and sophisticated. The strap is a single top handle and can be worn on the shoulder.
A flap exterior pouch pocket with a gold tone adjustable belt buckle secures extra contents without even opening up the bag. The interior of this pre-owned Louis Vuitton Eliza bag opens via a top zipper. It is lined with raspberry micro fabric, and contains one inner wall pocket.
An authentic Louis Vuitton Multicolor Eliza Shoulder Bag is the perfect match no matter what color is predetermined. It works with all.
The Louis Vuitton Eliza Bag Still Works No Matter What NYFW Throws at You for Spring 2014
posted 2013 Sep 10