The first day of the New York Fashion Week brought the fab BCBG Max Aria fall 2013 collection. Check out the hottest looks from the show!
It's finally here! The much awaited New York Fashion Week 2013
edition which will set the tone for the fall 2013 trends has
started with a fab show from the The BCBG Max Azria label. It seems
that the fall looks will still carry the abstract allure that
proved so popular up until now. The BCBG Max Azria fall 2013
collection tackled the abstract side of style with a multitude
of interesting looks that instantly stole the spotlight.
The source of inspiration behind the BCBG Max Azria fall 2013 colleciton? Lubov and Max Azria found their inspiration in Turkey and decided to adopt a myriad of gypsy style elements to bring a fresh approach for the cold season of 2013. The result? A dark and edgy set of options which tackled the eclectic side of style and proved the perfect recipe for one memorable New York Fashion Week 2013 show. The best way to stand out this season according to the brand? Simply learn to play with proportions and layering and bring some interesting abstract motifs into the mix.
A distinguishable urban vibe can be sensed and the inclination towards a statement look is hard to miss. Dresses, tunics, amazing mosaic prints and and rich textures are some of the things that instantly stood out. Classiness with a modern twist is the approach which can help you steal the spotlight in the season to come. Perhaps the most noticeable pieces at this BCBG Max Azria fall 2013 collection were the coats which added a masculine vibe to the looks which stole the spotlight even more.
For the luxurious vibes fashionistas are conditioned to expect from the cold season collections, BCBG Max Azria turned to leather and fur pieces that proved the main focal point of the collection more often than not. The BCBG Max Azria fall 2013 collection definitely manage to open our appetite for hot fall 2013 looks and we definitely hope it will be one from many more amazing collections to come.
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