Koonhor definitely stuck with a dark palette of predominantly black. The collection was characterized by clean lines and lots of leather with a few floral pieces. Below are three of our favourite looks from the collection.Diane Von Furstenberg
On February 9th, the legendary Diane Von Furstenberg revealed her 2014 Ready to Wear Fall collection, cleverly titled Bohemian Rhapsody. There is truly a look for every woman in this fall’s collection, which boasts a variety of clever prints, coupled with blues, blacks, golds, reds and even lavender
DVF kept her designs relatively simple this time around, paying homage to long lines and her famous invention, the wrap dress. The v-neck was a flattering trend for tops, while on the bottom we noticed a mix of short dresses, long dresses and shorts. You’ll also see full body pieces like rompers, and beautiful printed coats that fall mid to full length on the body.
Geometric patterns were a theme throughout the whole collection, large and small. We also saw a variation in materials used, some of the dresses moved with the model’s body, while others were made from heavier materials. DVF’s yellow/gold pieces seemed to be the most formal in the ready-to-wear collection, but many of the earlier looks could be worn to work, or casually on a day out.