This year's Vivienne Tam Spring-Summer 2014 collection is an ode to modern Shanghai. Designer was inspired by the new golden age (Paris of the East) as the epicenter of culture, technology and fashion. Her shove was seen in archives for prints that were updated, as well as classic Chinese tailoring techniques were modernized. The collection is focused on architectural shapes, cutouts, different embroideries, vibrant patterns, cool graphic floral prints, while the silhouette is simple and feminine. I personally love this collection, that's why I have gathered some of my favorite looks and today I want to review them for you.
That's a versatile pantsuit, which can be worn for work as well as for different parties. It has a graphic print and comes with slim cropped pants, and a collarless cropped jacket worn over a vivid pattern top (these seem to be skyscrapers, am I right?)
That's a sweet cinched at the waist light blue shirtdress in white floral prints. I really like the white collar, which gives kind of school inspired look to this outfit. Plus we see cool sandals, which tend to be super comfortable.
This ensemble has an impression of a top and skirt. That's a perfect style for formal events and voguish open-air parties.
Another cinched-waist dress in a brush stroke pattern. I like the flared skirt of this look.
If you want to make a statement impression for the very first time, then try on this vibrant look, which consists of cool tailored blazer, floral print shirt tucked into cropped printed trousers, worn with flat sandals.
This salmon pink dress is a real must-have of any formal occasion or red-carpet event.