NYFW Spring ’14 Breakdown: Part 1

The most amazing thing about New York Fashion Week—aside from the gorgeous clothes, obviously—is how quickly it all goes by. I feel like it was just hours ago that I was tuning into the first live stream show and pinning all of my favorite outfits (check them out here), but sadly, we’re already through the first half of the Spring ’14 NYFW collections.

I’ve been swooning over entire collections at a time (Lela Rose, Tadashi Shoji, and Christian Siriano, to name a few), and I’ve even found some favorites among designers I’m typically not crazy about.

Here’s just a sampling of my favorite trends and pieces from the first four days of Fashion Week:

Eye-Popping Prints

From left to right: Vivienne Tam; Yigal Azrouel; Mara Hoffman; and BCBG Max Azria.

From left to right: Vivienne Tam; Yigal Azrouel; Mara Hoffman; and BCBG Max Azria.

Mega Metallics

From left to right: Marissa Webb; Kate Spade New York; Josie Natori; and Zimmerman.

From left to right: Marissa Webb; Kate Spade New York; Josie Natori; and Zimmerman.

Pastel Perfection

From left to right: Tadashi Shoji; Kaelen; Gregory Parkinson; and Costello Tagliapietra.

From left to right: Tadashi Shoji; Kaelen; Gregory Parkinson; and Costello Tagliapietra.

My Favorites

From left to right: Lyn Devon; Zimmerman; Prabal Gurung; and Christian Siriano.

From left to right: Lyn Devon; Zimmerman; Prabal Gurung; and Christian Siriano.

Fortunately, there are still three (and a half!) more days of shows to catch, and then it’s on to London Fashion Week! Which looks and collections have been standouts for you so far?

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