Hervé Léger by Max AzriaFall-Winter 2013-14 Fashion Show | New York Fashion Week NYFW | FashionTV
Max Azria has mastered the art of the skintight bandage garment, and this season his focus turned to enriching the surface. Sheer tops were worn under dresses ornamented with studs and beads in panels or “waterfall” decorative effects.
Example: an alabaster bandage dress with geometric beading and matching leggings. The bandage dress fabrics themselves also had subtle caviar or croco puffa surface treatments. Goatskin fur hoodies added an extra whomp of texture. Leggings that color-matched the dresses—in printed ocelot or abstract graphic patterns--continued the lean line. Silhouette introduction to note: A-line flared skirts, slouchy sweatpants, shaggy fur hoodies
Dresses modestly at knee or just below. Knee-length parkas. Jackets, hoodies cropped at the hips. Ankle-length sweatpants
manila, alabaster, gold. Black, gunmetal, blue, grey, malachite, teal, port
Techno bandage fabrics, some embellished with patterns and texture. Leather plain and embossed crocodile. Fur: goatskin, fox, calf hair. Jersey. Beading and studs. Zippers. Prints: ocelot, crocodile
skin- tight bandage dresses layered over long-sleeved tops and leggings. Tight zip-front jackets. Also dresses with A-line skirts. Low-cut baggy sweatpants. Generously big hoodies, sweatshirts
Ankle booties. Oversize patchwork, fur and snake clutch bags, cap with bandage detail, Peplum harness, corset belts. Leggings. Baseball-style caps.
by: Jody Shields, via: http://www.vogue.it/en/