Joanna Mastroianna’s Spring 2014 collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week on Sunday was full of color, pattern, texture, and shape. Voluminous skirts (including bubble skirts) of vibrant hues strutted the catwalk as well as nature motif prints. Intricate cut-out patterns, embellishments, and feathers were utilized for textural effects.
Shapes ranged from slinky and uber sexy to full and playful and everything in between.
It was quite a diverse collection with inspiration seemingly found from anywhere and everywhere. Though Mastroianni’s work is modern and sophisticated, it also felt inspired by the retro look (as in the 50s-60s, not 80s-90s) and I’m always okay with that. My favorite pieces included the colorful ones. Geez I love green coats! This was such a beautiful collection, I could rock this! (Probably not the slinky pieces though :|)
And I guess black and white will still be around in 2014, as well as animal prints.
So, until then…enjoy the photos below.
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