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New York Fashion Week: Badgley Mischka Fall 2014

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Badgley Mischka Fall 2014 collection exudes dark glamour and a richness from the era gone by that somehow still feels very 'now'. For their fall 2014 collection designers Mark Badgley and James Mischka looked towards Vienna of the late 1800s and got inspired by artists like Gustav Klimt and his lavish gold techniques. The collection shimmers with metallic tones and regal silhouettes. One particular ball gown in a gold threaded jacquard really looked like it belonged to an Austrian princess! In the 2014 fall collection, there are elegant day dresses in animal print, tweed wool shifts, structured handbags and voluminous long jackets and cape coats to top sheaths, pencil skirts and wide bottom silk pants. And then there are red-carpet ready gowns - a Badgley Mischka specialty. The black column gown with elaborate paillettes and stones work on the shoulder, blush tulle tiered skirt gown and floral jacquard full skirt gown are surely to get attention of celebrity stylists for the movie premiers and awards. The makeup and nails also had a lot of metallic tones, from the the pewter nails to gld-leaf style eye shadows on the model. Another fall detail worthy of notice is the use of luxurious furs in neck cowls and Russian style hats.

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Show - Badgley Mischka Fall 2014

Makeup - Tom Pecheux for MAC

Hair - Peter Grey for Moroccanoil

Nails - Deborah Lippmann



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