Irresistible, feeling almost like a trip back in time, Anna Sui’s vision for spring / summer 2014 incorporated the Pre-Raphaelite inspiration in a collection that redefined the concept of modern bohemian through an upbeat perspective. Ethereal and chic, Sui’s offering included 51 looks built upon layers of nouveau florals and fringe trims that had Coachella written all over them.
The New York fashion week (NYFW) runway witnessed an array of bell sleeves, tea-stained shades and gold details that in the end managed to wrap each and every one of the airy looks into a dream ray. And if the Pre-Raphaelite inspiration came from London, it was Indonesia that influenced the use of crowns, with Sui reimagining the ones worn by the Balinese dancers.
If there is one person out there, able to make such a busy collection appear breezy and uncomplicated despite its psychedelic core, than Anna Sui would be the name to remember.
You can see all of the Anna Sui spring / summer 2014 runway collection by clicking on a thumbnail on the left. From there you can browse through each of the pictures from the fashion show.
Photography by Imaxtree