Photos: Click on each photo to view it full-size. Lee Jean You fall/winter 2014/2015 New York Fashion Week.
Credit: Cathy/Bay Area Fashionista 2014©
Lee Jean Youn showed the fall/winter 2014/2015 collection yesterday at New York Fashion Week and the designs showed the true meaning of “wearable art.” The exquisite designs on Lee Jean Youn’s runway showcased a muted fall color palette filled with texture and a punk-meets-elegant vibe. The overall inspiration for the collection, according to the designer, was taken from the streets of the “everyday, modern women on the streets of New York City who cherish classic looks, yet are not afraid of breaking conventional rules and embracing ways of marrying style with functional needs in perfect harmony.”
The rich fabrication used in the collection included specialized needle punching techniques, primarily with silk organza and wool pelt mix. These fabrics are ideal for both daytime and evening apparel. The result is nothing short of fabulous!
My favorite piece from Lee Jean Youn’s collection is the dress in the photo below. What is your favorite look from the collection?
Photo: Cathy/Bay Area Fashionista 2014©