New York Fashion Week brought the new Karen Walker spring/summer 2014 collection, which as expected was incredibly dazzling and surprisingly cozy. The presentation during the fashion week was cool and artistic. The many elements of the Asian rich and abundant culture and the eastern melodies of the music reminded of the fantastic atmosphere of Indian life, which, indeed, inspired the sophisticated fashioner. The friendly atmosphere brought together many outstanding celebrities and lovers, enthusiasts of the Walker smooth styles. The creative and artistic prints along with imaginative outlines and tranquil colors completed the stunning looks.
Short dresses with the aesthetic designs and delicate choice of creamy and brownish colors gave the models a comfy and intimate looks at Karen Walker, while the pink suits or coats were more elegant and classic than expected. The loose fitting outfits were fashionable and cute and would be perfect to wear to school, trips or just for a walk in the amazing streets of capricious Paris. Even the pickiest wearer could surely find a fine piece of sassy outfit from the Karen Walker spring/summer 2014 collection to stand out in public or be the new Manhattan princess.
The comfortable jackets, pullovers, vests and pleasant tops seen in the Karen Walker spring/summer 2014 collection would absolutely make a weekend picnic a fun and unforgettable one. Cropped pants combined with flat and comfy shoes, scarves and a cute yellow leather bag were precisely adorable and attractive. They gave the models a careless and curious look of a traveler or a sophisticated wanderer. You could be more than sure to be noticed while strolling about the ruins of ancient Coliseum, busy Barcelona or aristocratic London.
The whole Karen Walker runway show was modern and chic though it had a pinch of ‘90s looks, when everyone was obsessed with the practical basketball jerseys and cozy sweatshirts. Messy hair gave the models a hurrying look of someone, who wants to experience everything in life and just have fun.
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