The spring/summer 2014 for BCBG Max Azria — designed by Max and Lubov Azria — was shown yesterday in New York as part of New York Fashion Week. It provides a fresh and dreamy take on deconstructed menswear, featuring light fabrics in light colors. This season was heavy on crisp, masculine tailoring given a feminine edge with light fabrics and floral details. For the second half of the show the duo opted for darker romanticism, elevating the recurring floral pattern to the level of ethereality — all the while still embracing a tailored chic aesthetic.
The sheer tulle cutouts in the watercolor print pants are especially genius. I've decided that the theme of this fashion show is "enchanted herd of very nimble woodland creatures fashions garment from pile of tuxedos for the Fairy Queen."
Here's the whole collection:
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