#NYFW Day 1: Desigual Spring 2015 - From Brazil to Morroco

Desigual is always a good show and always delivers. This Spring 2015 collection was no different, with South American and Mediterranean themes of riviera style outfits, prints that could rival Liberty, and easy to wear chic separates and blossoming clothing that pops out to your eye, as if you are looking at a real garden.

Not to mention we had another angel descend from Victoria's Secret, the ever beautiful Adriana Lima, who strutted her stuff and looked luminous as ever.

I am a sucker for prints. The tunic with large scalloped sleeves in the silky cotton material is such a winner.

There's Adriana!

As the show and outfits went on, it was like being a botanic garden enjoying all of the different floral prints and how much possibilities exists with them! Even I did not think of such innovative prints that are unlike the other. From hexagonal, to blossom, motif, technicolor that rivals legendary Vera prints.
 I love the multicolor blue paisley print and colorblocking blends on the blue pants. I think its strategically placed so girls with large thighs can also rock the look!

 Ethnic bohemian flair and printing is all in the details of the wrap blouse top on the left and the tee tank like top on the right.

Beautiful colorful prints, black and white printing there is always a good variety to choose from. Not to mention the head statement pieces that give the outfit an even more fun way to dress in spring. What I always love from Desigual is the wearability of the clothing, even with all of the prints, you can always pull it off in a way thats appropriate for summer at work, going out to dinner, or hanging in Washington Square Park with friends.

Not to mention, the A-Team was there including the ever stylish Olivia Palermo and Rosario Dawson.

So for all of you Fashion Mavens that like the separates going on but want some color and fun looks that will keep you happy and flirty like all the models in show, this is the collection for you. Take the last picture in the brownish-orange floral short dress pair it with your favorite grecian sandals and tote bag and you have a summer in Morroco look~

~Kaye Beeh

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