The blizzard and freezing temperatures didn’t dampen NYC’s fashion week plans, and the Fall/Winter 2014 runways were full of warm, fuzzy and feathery looks! We continue to see Ostrich Fringe used to create voluminous silhouettes, and the Nicole Miller show above was our favorite for using a mix of iridescent Peacock Eye Feathers and Ostrich for a truly unique party girl look. Use our Peacock Eye Fringe to create a similar look of your own!
The Fall/Winter 2014 season was full of subdued hues, from navy and eggplant to a deep goldenrod. Even the bright pops of colors were saturated, such as the maroons and reds on the Marchesa catwalk. We also loved the Ostrich Feather Boas used at Tracy Reese (below) because it doubles as a warm accessory that makes any outfit elegant!
Below: Kate Spade New York shows how city girls do chic, with ostrich feather trim, neck warmer and a voluminous ostrich coat. Try our Marabou Feather Jackets to stay warm this season!
Naeem Khan used a golden mix of colors to match their leopard spots, while black and iridescent Rooster Coque Tails reminds us of a high fashion mermaid!
Peter Som gives us flurries of feathers as he creates volume with Ostrich skirts in a popular color for this fall season- Navy Blue.
Below: Fierce dresses in all black by Reem Acra, using iridescent Rooster Coque Tails to create body hugging silhouettes. Wear our Coque Collar to get this look!
Tracy Reese used feathers more sparingly, and showed us that a simple accessory like an Ostrich Boa can turn a look from drab to fab!
Christian Siriano uses feathers almost every season, but this season we loved his interesting use of white Stripped Rooster Coque feathers and delicate accents of Ostrich fringe.
Black Rooster Coque makes for fierce looks down the Herve Leger runway, making an emphasis on sleeves.
This Marchesa collection is for the romantic woman, featuring lightly feathered looks fit for queens.
Love these looks? Get DIY ideas at Featherplace.com, and check out our Feather Garments to help you stay warm this season!