Wildfox for Fall/Winter 2014 — Jane Austen, Florals, Romance & More

Wildfox_fall_winter_2014_2015_collection_New_York_Fashion_Week4WILDFOX‘s Creative Director Kimberley Gordon presented the label’s Fall 2014 collection,  Sense & Eccentricity, which was inspired by “Jane Austen, England and sisters.” This was the brand’s first runway show at New York Fashion Week. How EXCITING & WOW what a show! When you think about the collection, remember these inspirational words from Austen — “There is nothing like staying at home for real comfort.”

Kimberley+Gordon+Wildfox+Backstage+Mercedes+1fUuJtn54aOlWords that certainly come to mind with this collection are cozy, romantic, & dramatic. The looks are ones you might find yes, while lounging around at home. But you could also find it for streetwear casual chic style, out for the day with the girls (lunch, shopping) or really anywhere you want to invoke an easy breezy vibe.

Wildfox_fall_winter_2014_2015_collection_New_York_Fashion_Week6Romanticism comes about in the soft color tones & bright florals. There are certainly some bolder prints & colors, but also intermixed are soft greys, blush pinks, sky blues, nudes, & whites. No collection is complete without a little bit of drama. And for WILDFOX that includes the textual messages, the flowing long skirts, and the imaginative figures on some of the blouses, such as a swan or drummer.

Wildfox_fall_winter_2014_2015_collection_New_York_Fashion_Week2So what can be seen in this collection — gorgeous wooly knits, super-soft thermals, sets & separates, rich/dark/lavish colors, florals, fun prints, stand-out texts, & more! The brand listed it’s own stand-out styles, but here are some of mine!

Wildfox - Runway - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall 2014

Wildfox - Runway - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall 2014






The show featured music by Hannah Bronfman and Brendan Fallis,  hair by Jorge Luis  for PRIVE, make up by Sarah Lucero for STILA, nails by INCOCO, location being Pier 59 Studios, set design by Andrea Huelseand Production & PR by People’s Revolution.

Wildfox_fall_winter_2014_2015_collection_New_York_Fashion_Week7VIP attendees included Nicky Hilton, Barron Hilton, Skylar Grey, Diane Guerrero (Orange is the New Black), Jackie Cruz (Orange is the New Black), Jasamine White-Gluz (Musician), and  Connor Hanwick (Musician, The Drums).

Nicky Hilton             Wildfox+Backstage+Mercedes+Benz+Fashion+Week+_aGvSRZ1QdCl          Skylar+Grey+Wildfox+Backstage+Mercedes+Benz+k7IsbUlXM5bl

natalie-suarez-natalie-off-duty-at-wildfox-fall-winter-2014-runway-show-nycWILDFOX also gives a shout-out to a few VIP Bloggers –Arielle Nachmani (Something Navy), Courtney Trop (Always Judging), Alexandra Spencer (4th and Bleeker), William Yan (William Yan), Aimee Song (Song of Style), Natalie Suarez (Natalie Off Duty), Danielle Bernstein (We Wore What), and Olivia Lopez (Lust for Life) and many more.

Wildfox_fall_winter_2014_2015_collection_New_York_Fashion_Week5Some background on the brand — it’s a Los Angeles-based women’s label founded in 2007, known for their iconic campaigns, dreamlike quality, and clothes that tell a story. There is also WILDFOX Kids, which launched in 2009, and is an adaptation of the women’s line.

Wildfox_fall_winter_2014_2015_collection_New_York_Fashion_Week3The brand can be found in retail boutiques nationwide including Ron Herman, Planet Blue, Akira, and Shopbop, along with select department stores such as Bloomingdale’s, Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus.  Internationally, Wildfox is distributed in over 30 countries worldwide and can be found in such stores as Selfridges, Harvey Nichols, Harrods, Matches, and TSUM.

Wildfox_fall_winter_2014_2015_collection_New_York_Fashion_Week1Featured press for the brand, some major highlights include — Sports Illustrated, NY Post, 17, US Weekly, Self, OK, Nylon, & more. Many celebs have worn the brand, such as — January Jones, Taylor Swift, Bella Thorne, Ashlee Simpson, Kylie Jenner, AJ Michalka, Aly Michalka, Vanessa Hudgens, Beyonce, Kaley Cuoco, Kate Hudson, Mila Kunis, Lily Collins, & more.














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