Probably the first thing that catches your eye while watching the Naeem Khan spring/summer 2014 collection demonstrated at New York Fashion Week is the bright and hot-blooded Spanish and Latino motives on the background of which this line is actually born. Inspired by passionate flamingo dancers and why not, the art of Frida Kahlo, Naeem Khan created a fantastically superb collection for the bright days of spring. It’s simply amazing to see how many faces queen elegance can have. This is just another interpretation of the image of a hot and beautiful lady, who is confidently taking the throne of the queen of the evening. The peculiarity of this image lies in the fact that this time the queen speaks Spanish!
Coming to structural characteristics of the Naeem Khan spring/summer 2014 collection, first of all we should mention the utmost role of lace used in the overwhelming part of the garments. The color palette is rich in bright Spain-reminding hues: especially classic red. However, the collection wouldn’t have all the charm it has now, if it weren’t for the elegant black-and-white motives used with many outfits. The really cute rose color tones just can’t be missed out of our attention. Lace just works perfectly with rose floor-length dresses. Here we have to hush and watch the elegance overflow the runway.
Embroidery is another clue to describing the Naeem Khan spring/summer 2014 collection properly. The sunny colors are also here for us. Sexuality is not left out of the palette of the effects, primarily meant to create: the seductive transparent lines of the light and sky-touching dresses are like the stars of the show. Bandeau gets its presence mark in the roll call as well. The shiny and light fabrics, which cemented the flow of chic, are simply irreplaceable.
Finally, we can’t but mention a small detail of the show as well: the typically known hairstyle of Frida Kahlo, which is, in fact, the best proof of the source of inspiration for Naeem Khan. Thus, this time chic met passion and the sun, and the result appeared to be a really stunning ultra-feminine collection!
Photos courtesy of WWD