This season, FAULT Magazine is out en-force at New York Fashion Week (September ’14) to line up the new season Collections for review. Stay updated with the FAULT team via Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and FAULT Online to see the latest and up to date Fashion Trends for Spring ’15, live, as they happen

Monique Lhuillier





Monique Lhuillier’s Spring 2015 collection did not disappoint with Lhuillier remaining true to her unique style of ethereal gowns that are reminiscent of a fairy tale. Models glided down the runway in pastel pieces with intricate beading, 3D

flower petal details and sequins. Experimentation with new fabrics also made an appearance this year with liquid-like sheer tops over black bandeaus and textured statement jackets.

The most notable splash in the Spring collection was the matching separates introduced. Shifting from her usual elegant evening gowns, models donned more casual pieces suited for daywear—as casual as Monique Lhuillier can get.

Uyen Truong


Charlotte Ronson


Lining up for the Charlotte Ronson presentation this season felt like a cool kid party only special insiders should, and would attend. Which made sense, given Ronson’s notoriety for delivering what I like to call, contemporary chic. That is clothes which fit well into our everyday lives which are not only quite elevated, but are measured by a relative cool barometer. True to nature, Charlotte Ronson’s Spring/Summer ‘15 collection fit seamlessly into said barometer, with models showing us fashion doesn’t necessarily have to be superfluous to be relevant in our day and age.

Using various shades of blue for most of the looks within the collection, Ronson was able to highlight strong variety through a specific color with the use of varied materials, such as leather, lace and cotton. For the most part, hemlines knee length and up were fixtures this season, as well as crop tops and mesh cutouts along the waist and decolletage. A neutral tone pink jersey sweater skirt set was uniquely quirky, bearing the words, “pinch me,” on the lower half of the sleeves.

Additionally, with the inclusion of sunglasses provided by designer, Illesteva, Ronson’s Spring/Summer ‘15 collection was one the many thus far during New York Fashion Week which felt relatively more practical for the warmer weather.

-Shammara Lawrence


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