New York Fashion Week saunters on: yesterday Tadashi Shoji showed his fall/winter collection, which was inspired by Moorish architecture.
The spring/summer 2014 Tadashi Shoji collection that went down the runway yesterday in New York as part of Fashion Week was positively dreamy: Light, confectionary colors like mint, lemon chiffon, sugary pink. Whisper-soft, airy fabrics with sheer insets. Lots of lace.
Japanese designer Tadashi Shoji has stated that his goal "is to design classic clothing with a democratic price point that woman can wear regardless of age, body type, or season." That's certainly refreshing, and from what you can see in the Spring collection, about half true! The line seemed split between sharp,…