Runway Translation: Calvin Klein Spring 2014

When I think of Calvin Klein I think of clean lines and classic American style.  White.  Black.  Modern.  Minimalism.  The Spring 2014 Ready-To-Wear Collection designed by Women’s Creative Director Francisco Costa was a refreshing departure from the norm for this typically reserved brand.  Experimenting with fringe and exposed seam allowances, Costa referred to the collection as “elevated deconstruction”.  Here are my three favorite looks from the show…

Calvin Klein Spring 2014 Cluster

In order to achieve this look several key elements must come into play:
Silhouette:  Short Dress
Texture:  Fringe and Lace
Color:  Neutral Colorblocking or Patchwork

Here’s my sporty version of the look, complete with flatform sandals and the perfect nude lipstick…

Calvin Klein Inspired Ensemble Spring 2014

1.  MYF Short Dress, $187, yoox.com
2.  Marc Jacobs Sunglasses, $70, bluefly.com
3.  Tom Ford Sable Smoke Lipstick, $49, neimanmarcus.com
4.  Nila Anthony Backpack, $65, nordstrom.com
5.  Dolce Vita Flatform Sandal, $79, urbanoutfitters.com

XOXO,
Runway Translator

About Michelle

I am a stylist and former fashion buyer, and I am obsessed with all things STYLE. I started Runway Translator as a way to share my love for styling and curating head-to-toe looks for women. I love creating interesting combinations by mixing high-end and affordable pieces. My inspirations come from the runways of New York, Paris, Milan, and my own local fashion scene in Tampa, Florida.
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