J.Crew Fall 2014 Collection

J.Crew Fall 2014 Collection

Monday, March 3, 2014 by Wendy Lam

Love love love J.Crew‘s Fall 2014 collection, one of my favorites this season. Jenna Lyons continues to design super casual, chic boy meets girl looks that I absolutely adore. This lookbook will be referenced many times and I will definitely try to recreate looks on here. For Fall 2014, Tom Mora, Head of J.Crew Women’s Design, was inspired by the cabarets of 1920s/30s Weimar period in Berlin: lush styling, minimal layering and rich, deep colors.

Cool right? Read more after the jump…

I’ve always been inspired by Otto Dix’s 1926 Portrait of Sylvia von Harden. It captures the moodiness of the era and helped set a bit of a darker, more sophisticated tone. There’s a distinctively feminine feel to the collection and we played up decadence with proportion and texture—tweeds, donegals, long layered skirts, beading, and gold. – Tom Mora, Head of J.Crew Women’s Design

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