Friday, 8 February 2013

BCBG Max Azria Fall 2013- New York Fashion Week

BCBG Max Azria is one of those collections I'll always take a look at. Normally, I'll end up liking half of  the collection and feeling a bit weird and intrigued about the other half. That's just how it goes. Nevertheless, you know there's going to be a hugely creative and original steer for every collection turned out.

This collection was a bit more masculine than what we've seen at NYFW so far. It's quite streetwise and artistic, combining lots of different types of fabrics and lengths.

Although the looks were very heavy, my favourites were the bold outerwear pieces that framed every look and stood out to be the pieces anyone would buy in an instant.

Long, quilted jacket with a fur trim on the insides and collar. A realistic Fall piece.

Leather biker jacket thrown over a mid-length dress and slim trousers. Lots going on but the jacket is undeniable. 

Layering. A long length dress with a fairisle-style print and jewelled embellishments teamed with  satin pants and a sheer white blouse. Less is more went out the window!

Again, the outerwear is perfect. A deep, burnt red leather jacket with burgundy fur around the neck. 


Not bad. The strapless, chiffon top is paired with the blouse for Fall. The fit of the trousers  is well-tailored.

Beautiful white full-length dress with lots of beadwork in the middle. One of the few feminine looks of the collection. The streetwear is not lost as a beanie hat is paired with the dress. 

Mesh covers the whole of the leather outfit here. Works? Not sure.
(Images courtesy of: style.com)