After four fashion week events in a row, trends have been set for the rest of 2014 and the biggest designers in the world got standing ovations for their new collections. Discover a few of the best collections from Fashion Week Fall 2014, unveiled in stunning shows the biggest fashion capitals of the world, New York, London, Paris and Milan.
Choose your own fall 2014 trends from these fresh and stylish collections and start putting together your looks for fall while finding inspiration in the biggest names in the business, from Marc Jacobs to Karl Lagerfeld.
Marc Jacobs – New York Fashion Week Fall 2014
After leaving Louis Vuitton to focus on his own brand, Marc Jacobs didn’t disappoint and showed one of his all time best collections at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York.
Keeping the focus on the clothes with minimal makeup, Jacobs offered easy to wear dresses, along with more fashion-forward tunics and even a new interpretation of the bomber jacket. View the entire Marc Jacobs fall 2014 collection!
Nanette Lepore – New York Fashion Week Fall 2014
Fabulously wearable is the key concept of Nanette Lepore’s new collection, mixing bohemiam touches with the sophistication every modern woman wants. From sexy plunging necklines to geometric prints, it’s one of the best collections from Fashion Week Fall 2014. Daring color choices like Bordeaux red and eggplant combine with sexy netting for a beautiful collections.
J.Crew – New York Fashion Week Fall 2014
Inspired by 1920s Berlin, the new J.Crew collection goes for light colors, one of the biggest trends of the FW14 season, and stylish separates. With dropped waists and hemlines that go below the knee, it’s definitely one of the more daring collections from the team that works under Tom Mora and the color palette is an autumn sensation. View the entire J.Crew fall 2014 collection!
Tom Ford – London Fashion Week Fall 2014
Going for a more muted tone, Tom Ford delivered one of the best collections from Fashion Week Fall 2014, thanks to clean shapes and a mixture of black, red and white. Boatneck tops and skirts that hit above the knee were key pieces, while stiletto cowboy boots were an inspired addition to the feel of the collection. View the entire Tom Ford fall 2014 collection!
Jonathan Saunders – London Fashion Week Fall 2014
Going for separates and block-prints, Jonathan Saunders delivered oversized coats and chunky sweaters for autumn, but also went for his own version of the bomber jacket, quilted and sophisticated. Checkerboard patterns were another great details, in different contrasting color combinations.
Christopher Kane – London Fashion Week Fall 2014
Combining dark and light inspirations, Christopher Kane delivered one of the best collections from Fashion Week Fall 2014. Nylon coats and dresses might be a bit too much for most fashionistas, but they work beautifully when paired with knits. The collection also included pale pinks, textures and gorgeous prints. View the entire Christopher Kane fall 2014 collection!
Giorgio Armani – Milan Fashion Week Fall 2014
Gray was one of the most used colors during the Armani show, but it was paired with greens to make it pop. Tailoring was on point, as always, with straight pants and long, flowing coats, that demonstrated elegance isn’t connected to any trend. View the entire Giorgio Armani fall 2014 collection!
Salvatore Ferragamo – Milan Fashion Week Fall 2014
Delivering sexiness in a more luxurious fashion, Salvatore Ferragamo managed to create one of the best collections from Fashion Week Fall 2014 with capes and mock-neck shirts. Playing with proportions has been a common theme during FW and Ferragamo hit the trend head on with chunky sweaters paired with pleated skirts and full skirts with leather jackets. View the entire Salvatore Ferragamo fall 2014 collection!
Chanel – Paris Fashion Week Fall 2014
From crop tops to sneakers, Karl Lagerfeld went for a more street-savvy vibe with his newest collection for Chanel. Shown in a set designer to look like a supermarket, the collections features divine coats and added plenty of elegance to more casual looks. Distressed leggings offered a touch of edge, but the quilted 2.55 bag was still there, as a timeless reminder of the Chanel style. View the entire Chanel fall 2014 collection!
Louis Vuitton – Paris Fashion Week Fall 2014
Nicolas Ghesquière took over the creative reigns at Louis Vuitton from Marc Jacobs, and the designer managed to deliver one of the best collections from Fashion Week Fall 2014. With ‘70s and ‘80s references, the new Louis Vuitton collection is sophisticated while still using autumnal colors like beige and cognac. View the entire Louis Vuitton fall 2014 collection!