#NYFW: BCBG Max Azria Spring 2015 Collection


NYFW fall 2014 is in full force as designers showcase their collections for Spring 2015. For most people, fashion week represents crazy fashion and even crazier fashion people, because unless you pay close attention to the shows, all you see is the wildest coverage. But if you take a closer look, you'll see some of the most beautiful new designs and upcoming beauty trends that are wearable for the average gal. If the designs and prices are still out of your reach (as most of them are for me), it's still the perfect way to see what's coming in the next season. The most classic trends on the runways set the tone for what translates to more affordable mid-range brands and eventually trickle down to places like Target (where I shop).

I love classic designers and brands like Michael Kors, Rebecca Minkoff, and of course BCBG Max Azria. The BCBG Max Azria Spring 2015 collection, designed by husband and wife team Max and Lubov Azria, covered a NYFW runway with crisp whites, pastels, and watercolor prints. The designs were heavily influenced by the Japanese traditional obi belt and kimono-shaped silhouettes. The obi influence was paired with a juxtaposition of structure and soft flowing fabrics. I love how the collection is sexy in such a soft, feminine way.





Accessories at BCBGMAXAZRIA 2015




From the white strappy dress sandals to the round cross-body bags, accessories at BCBG Maxazria Spring 2015 were semi-structured and minimal with soft finishes. They're perfect neutral accessories for spring.


 Beauty Trends at BCBGMAXAZRIA Spring 2015


Beauty on the BCBG spring runway was also minimal and soft. Models were done up with nude lips, soft brown eyeshadow, and neutral peach blush. Could spring 2015 be the end of the bold cat-eye trend? Hair at BCBG was super straight but left down and casual.

*Photography by  Frazer Harrison for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.




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  1. But it's not even fall yet and they're already thinking of spring?

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    1. I know, it's confusing. They show the fall collections in the spring and the spring collections in the fall!

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