On day 2 of NYFW, I started my day with with lovely Emma Fletcher's SS14 collection for Tocca that was held at Pier 59 Studios.
I loved the intimate setting they had. 
This collection had a lot of 1920's inspired silhouettes with a subtle ballet aesthetic.  
Bright color pops, like red and sunflower yellow, added some punch and energy to the collection’s simplistic nature. Ballerina pleats, slim flapper fits, and lounge all day floral chiffon made me lust for spring to come earlier.

Right after Tocca's show I dashed up to the Lincoln Center to catch one of my favorite Japanese designer, Tadashi Shoji's show. I honestly didn't know if I was going to make it in time since the venues were far away from each other, but I miraculously made it. I will share that show with you guys in the next few days... 

P.S 
Here are some note worthy trends I noticed in the Tocca SS14 collection... 
High waste, peplum, frills, pleats, crop top & pants, jumper, florals, and pastels. 


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Ksenia said...

beautiful!

Hanna Lei said...

I think my favorite is the black and yellow. -Hanna Marie

PatrĂ­cia M. said...

When I saw that collection I've felt completely fascinated, it all makes me remind of little ballerinas.

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CE said...

I second the black and yellow!