Spring/Summer 14 New York Fashion Week Review: Ann Yee
As they say, you can take a girl out of the Midwest, but you can’t take the Midwest out of the girl. That was especially true for Ann Yee’s spring/summer 2014 collection, aptly titled Resurgence which was inspired by the history of Detroit and its economic woes coupled with the city's pursuit of revival.
For the season, she's continuing to do what she does best. Softly draped knitwear that came in warm colors: periwinkle, mint and cream that were appropriately seen on cardigans with personality, tops and tanks for effortless wear. There were also relaxing trousers and shorts that paired nicely with tops; perfect for her nonchalant chic woman. A literal take on her home locale, she took photographs of cityscapes to create a print for a pant and jacket duo. Another nice mix up included perforated leather pieces matched with tweed. And, not to be forgotten were her color block looks and a structured dress with a triple collar blouse.
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