Not snow, not rain, not freezing rain, not 8 inch deep puddles of slush could keep people away from attending the Josie Natori RTW Fall 2014 show! Despite being smack dab in the middle of a snow storm (thank you, Mother Nature), the show went on. And what a great success it was! Such luxurious glamour, warmth, attitude, and chicness. I can’t wait to get a hand on these items! Congratulations, MIL! Here are some photos from the show.
UPDATE: Mom made the cover of WWD! Unbelievable. Click here to see the review and see the COVER below!:
The collection for Fall/Winter 2014 was based on a new perspective on the romantic idea of Russia, with the transcendence of timeless folkloric themes into a modern identity. Signature Natori elements, such as highly textural fabrics, tonal separates, and rich embellishments dominated the looks.
Quote from mom: “The traditional forms and ornate embellishments found in Russia’s rich culture were particularly influential to me this season. I love to reinterpret ancient motifs for the modern woman and share with her my love of everyday opulence.”
And thanks to style.com, here are good pics of my favorite 3 looks:
To see all the photos of the show, go here. And shop the looks! Go to www.natori.com for more fashion. And congrats on being on the cover of WWD!