9AM : Ruffian explores bright jewel-tone colors on boxy yet feminine shapes. These minimalist looks are energetic and powerful.
10AM : Lacoste delivers the expected great fitting sportswear but in such modest colors. Beyond a flash of orange, the pieces are dark and rather unexciting. However, the collection includes fantastic jackets.
10:30AM : Pink Tartan creates a strong, feminine image in the designer’s sophisticated yet practical collection. High-shine fabrics and minimalist prints add that extra detail that maintain each look’s posture. I adore the laser-cutouts on the waist belts– so polished and chic!
11AM : Jill Stuart has done it again! Classic feminine sportswear has never felt more modern with all the surprising materials and next-level colorblocking. These looks feel substantial and have such strong presence.
12PM : Son Jung Wan‘s neutral collection consisted of brilliant fits and such chic minimalism for spring.
2PM : Adam‘s trendy and unmistakably cool fashion presented such a wide variety, from military jackets to watery floral prints and sheer periwinkle. Regardless, these polished looks all capture the easy, breezy flow of springtime in dresses, jackets, and bottoms.
4PM : Honor presents a classically feminine collection with a ballerina doll-like quality that I find charming and youthful. I love the focus on the Peter Pan collar and introduces it’s reverse style, paired with voluminous skirts in tulle and lace– it’s adorable.
6PM : Charlotte Ronson had a unique array of bright orange, ombre, referee stripes, and suede fabric. Her inspiration? Victorian, the 70s, and grunge. Think stuff for the easy-going working girl with a touch of classical flair.
**Photographs taken from Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week website