Designer, Cynthia Rowley, presented her Spring/Summer 2015 Collection at NY Fashion Week to a packed house. A who's who of guests were in attendance to see the new collection including second-generation fashion royalty China Chow, and ex-reality TV star turned designer, Whitney Port.
Drawing inspiration from a variety of fashion eras, spanning from the sixties to the eighties, Rowley put her signature on every piece. Chic and sporty tanks, leggings, and shorts were perfect for casual days in the city or at the beach. Modern crop tops, ankle length pants, A-line dresses, and chic swimwear offered something for everyone.
Rowley's collection included feminine & flirty looks, in lace and applique fabrics, for the daytime. Vintage inspired tunic & pant sets resembled sets worn by wealthy women on summer holiday in the sixties and seventies. But, the stars of the show were the large-scale "Pucci-esque" print dresses and gowns perfect for cocktails in the city or warm weather gala's in the Hamptons. The collection started with a color palette of black, cream, gold, and red that to quickly moved into a pastel palette of baby pink and blue, which complimented the oversized prints and eyelet fabrics.
My favorite looks were the bright red floral lace sleeveless shift dress, the long print A-line maxi dress and the tunic and matching pant suit in cream, black, and gold print.
Cynthia Rowley's show was by far one of my personal favorites during #NYFW.
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the entire collection. Bravo Cynthia!!
xo, Elaine Fioravanti of Best Dressed Ginger, Guest Blogging and photos for MsFabulous.com