The Rachel Zoe spring/summer 2014 collection is perhaps one of the most versatile and wearable fashion lines unveiled at New York Fashion Week, which at the same time manages to maintain a high dose of classiness and gorgeousness. For the new warm season, Rachel Zoe apparently got inspired from Yves Saint Laurent, picturing some of the iconic pieces of the luxury fashion house in a modified manner. There you could see the YSL Saharienne jacket that came followed by a white leather bomber jacket, a zebra-printed caftan and cargo pants. Still, on the whole, the collection bore a safari mood, once again making this wonderful desert inspired tendency one of the hottest spring 2014 fashion trends!
Casual, yet classy, relaxed, yet perfectly balanced, the new Rachel Zoe spring/summer 2014 collection has pretty cool outfits for the bright days to come. Moreover, despite its well-defined theme, the line features fairy diverse styles, ranging from casual chic and safari mood to elegant ensembles, from monochrome pieces to wild zebra-patterned ones, from fine silk and delicate transparent fabrics to timeless denim and leather. With this step, Rachel Zoe captures the hearts of many fashionisers – those, who love to experiment with the modern trends and girls hopelessly in love with the classic and timeless style.
The safari theme of the Rachel Zoe spring/summer 2014 collection was well highlighted in the sequined tops, track pants, aqua leather mini dresses and safari jackets. Then, there came also denim shorts, pants and dresses, as well as leather ensembles and some flowing languid dresses either with intricate embroidery or with massive sequins. For fans of classic and feminine fashion, the line brings some smartly tailored pant suits and dresses, midi skirts paired with airy shirts, skirt suits featuring elegant crop tops and flirty short suits.
The Rachel Zoe spring/summer 2014 collection was glamorous and minimalist, sporty and safari, vintage and modern. Indeed, the mother-to-be talented fashion designer managed to ensure her collection’s success for spring 2014!
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