Opening Ceremony SS14 collection @ NYFW: Summer/spring 2014 trends

spring-summer 2014 fashion trends

Opening Ceremony (OC) put on quite a show for their SS14 collection at the NYFW where they turned a car park into a runway.

OC opted for an east-west effect in the summer/spring 2014 line, with a collection inspired by suburban street racing (reminiscent of Mr Leon’s Southern Californian upbringing) and traditional Korean clothes (an ode to Ms Lim’s heritage).

The collection displayed vibrant colours, oversize biker jackets, feminine skirts; seatbelts strap pinafores, sporty yet feminine collection, cargo pants, Korean landscaped printed leggings, trapeze shapes, subtle cut-outs, slouchy knee length shorts, ditzy prints, acid hues and racing jerseys. Misty Mountains and graphic blooms taken from Korea spliced onto racing gear complete with seat-belt straps and tyre tread stripes. Plus, light-catching lucite heels.

Carol Lim and Humberto Leon achieved the perfect balance in their SS14 collection, which truly portrayed mixed-media designs.


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