Holmes & Yang Spring/Summer 2014 RTW – New York Fashion Week
You can be surely positive that Katie Holmes is not just a good actress but also a very creative designer. Her cooperation with Jeanne Yang seemed promising and bright even 4 years ago when the talented designer duo started working together. The best proof of their successful work is the recent Holmes & Yang spring/summer 2014 collection, unveiled at New York Fashion Week. The delicate and feminine looks are hot and classy at the same time. Extravagant materials and nicely cut shapes make the looks sassy and cheeky.
The dresses in the Holmes & Yang spring/summer 2014 collection have a touch of grunge style, though they are interestingly modern and stylish. The new character of the collection is a busy, vivacious and independent woman, who needs a lot of different looks to surprise her colleagues and just to make the strangers sigh as she walks by. You can make your choice from this smart 14-piece collection, and make your picks an important part for your everyday wardrobe to wear the dresses to meetings, interviews or even wedding parties.
The main colors of the Holmes & Yang spring/summer 2014 collection are black and white combined with animal prints, which seem to be still hot for the upcoming spring. Silk simple dresses in this very collection can give you a surprisingly high-class look, and the striking orange will make you noticeable and unforgettable. Lightly beaded necklines or the classical V-necks keep on being artistic and fascinating for the season, and give the models a very gentle and elegant look.
You can also find several gowns in the collection, which can be perfectly suitable for an extravagant ceremony or even for red carpet events. Other than that, you can find the cutest shorts of the season that are excellent to wear during daytime or at hot nights.
Another essential element in the Holmes & Yang spring/summer 2014 collection is the leather, which makes the looks more luxurious and timeless. It comes in fairly little portions, being used only for the trimming of the V-necks, this way never making things look harsh or edgy. Overall, the collection is smart and polished enough to appeal to fashionisers of different tastes and preferences.
Photos courtesy of WWD