FALL | WINTER » Jill Stuart FW13 NYFW
Posted by Brigitte Segura on Feb 22, 2013 in FALL | WINTER, fashion, MBFW, NYFW | 0 comments
No fashion week collection quite portrays the posh essence of a New York City socialite, like the way Jill Stuart does. The fall 2013 collection etched together Victorian Age inspired attire and modern elegance captivatingly. Midnight blue and oxblood hues energized the tailored tops and trousers effortlessly. The dark and deep tonality of...Read Full Story
Wednesday Addams is all grown-up (and I mean that in a good way). Jill Stuart's Fall 2013 collection started with look after look of coordinated black outfits. Some sparkled, some had sheer, there was a lot of texture. The lengths were cute and short. A fur collar on one, tied on another, almost like an evolved version of the Gothic style icon.
Being a New Yorker, lots of black is perfect for my city lifestyle and the sexy/cute factor keeps it from being too dreary along with the gold...Read Full Story
From bows and pleats, to lace and sequins, feminine frills were bountiful at this season’s Jill Stuart show. Lace and sheer panels have, in fact, popped up at a number of shows and they proved to be Stuart's most successful pieces (particularly blouses and daytime dresses). Also stellar were the designer's tightly cinched fitted trenches. The less successful high-shine pieces appeared a tad too slinky and lingerie-like.
Overall, while there may not have been anything earth shatteringly...Read Full Story
With a remixed "My Boyfriend's Back" flowing through the loudspeakers at Jill Stuart's Spring 2014 runway show, we were ready for a collection of cheeky, 1960s-influenced looks. And that's just what we got. With a color palette that did not veer once from stark blacks and whites, lace and leather interplayed nicely, as did sheer paneling with, well, everything. There were baby doll dresses with coy cutouts, chunky knits atop matching bikini bottoms, and Lindsey Wixson. Need we say more?Read Full Story
For Fall 2013, Jill Stuart seemed drawn to the dark side with a romantic twist. Gone were the ivory satin frocks of Spring. Stuart, known for her pretty party dresses, sent a gorgeous selection of black eyelet lace frocks, jackets, aristocratic white tie-neck blouses, and a plethora of flirty A-line silhouettes down the runway.
Deep emerald, navy and touches of lux gold shined brightly this season, but Stuart kept it interesting by adding bright pops of red, blue and yellow on two dresses...Read Full Story
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Jill Stuart is an American fashion designer based in New York City. Her eponymous label is known for its ultra-hip femininity.