10 Spring 2014 Trends We Spotted at NYFW


We've been seeing '90s-inspired looks on the runways for several seasons now, but the trend really came to a head last week when oversized logos popped up at two of the week's biggest shows: Alexander Wang and DKNY. The former rendered his own moniker in laser-cut leather and delicate lace; the latter celebrated its 25th anniversary by covering sporty separates in screaming black-and-white letters that spelled out its brand name. Click through to shop the trend now.

Alexander Wang Spring 2014 (Giovanni Giannoni for WWD), DKNY Spring 2014 (Thomas Iannaccone for WWD), Alexander Wang Spring 2014 (Giovanni Giannoni for WWD)

Last Thursday night marked (or should we say, Marc'd) the end of New York Fashion Week, and over the eight or so days prior, we saw a number of noteworthy trends emerge. Some designers dove headlong into the '90s with shout-out-loud logos and thoroughly retro overalls, while others embraced the current "ugly shoe" craze with open arms and, um, outstretched socks. But not every trend was so divisive; full-of-movement fringe and easy, breezy athletic-inspired looks were also spotted on many a catwalk. Click through the slideshow above to see what's on next season's forecast—and to shop likeminded looks right now, months before these designer iterations hit stores.


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