Herringbone peacoats, nude leather, and ostrich feathers filled the Fall 2014 fashion Show– and the mod looks are absolutely FLAWLESS.
American-born designer, Peter Som, showed another stunning collection at Made Fashion Week on Feb. 7. In his Fall 2014 show, the eclectic designer focused on beautiful silhouettes created with the most luxurious fabrics. From a leopard print, goat hair skirt and moto-jacket to a chiffon patchwork dress, celebs will be fighting over who can get their hands on his collection first!
Peter Som Fall 2014 Collection:
The Fall 2014 fashion show was elegant and modern, with Som’s signature feminine structures and bold patterns visible in each and every look. The show opened with a sophisticated, belted navy peacoat and it only got better from there! With an array of gorgeous wool coats and dresses, a seemingly natural color palate, exquisite gowns and great pieces to layer, this collection is perfect for the upcoming Fall fashion season!
Stars Flock To Peter Som:
The celeb set filled Milk Studios for Som’s ultra-mod and vivacious show. Carrie Underwood and Olivia Palermo were among the famous faces in the front row and the gals looked entranced by the collection — and who could blame them? Som’s designs created a mod feel with models sporting the perfect cat-eye and retro-inspired hair.
After viewing Peter Som’s high fashion collection, I can specifically envision a few celebrity fans rocking the gorgeous frocks. Fashion-forward actress Allison Williams would look sensational in Som’s wool and ostrich feather top and textured jacquard skirt. On the other hand, Jessica Alba would look dyn-a-mite in the designer’s silk, “mini-rose” halter gown. The two stars have a history of wearing the designer, and would make his Fall 2014 collection really come to life!
What do you think of Peter Som’s Fall 2014 Collection?
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