#NYFW: Giulietta New York Spring 2014
Show: Giulietta New York Spring 2014
Inspiration: For the Spring 2014 Collection, designer Sofia Sizzi imagined the Giulietta heroine on a nocturnal walk, journeying through a field through to the iconic Duomo. At the end of the walk, the heroine “does not know if this was a noctambule wandering or just a dream.”
Hair: Jon Reyman for Aveda; Makeup: Dominic Samuel for Maybelline New York; Nails: Maki Sakamoto for Maybelline New York
What We Thought:
Set at the beautiful Hoffman Hall at the Highline Hotel, Giulietta New York’s Spring 2014 showing dazzled us with its structural simplicity, clean lines, and classic styling. The collection opened with a black dandelion print blouse, a print that would playfully appear throughout the show in dress, skirt, and pant form as well.
The accompanying hairstyle was a simple, pulled back ponytail, with purposeful wisps of straight hair closest to the models’ faces left free to flow in the wind. Skin looked dewy, as one would imagine that of royalty’s to look at all hours of the night. Rich, red lips suited each skin tone effortlessly. Overall, the collection certainly evoked the brand ideal of the Giulietta heroine – a confident, strong-willed woman whose style choices are inspired by the structures and nature around her.
Check out the collection images shot by Yannis Vlamos/InDigitalImages.com.