The New Hawaiian Print–Marc by Marc Jacobs embraces a colorful 90s-inspired print motif for their spring/summer 2014 collection. Here, the Hawaiian shirt is made cool again with varying graphic proportions and a modern fit.
Loud Pants–Approaching their spring/summer 2014 collection, German label Ethel Vaughn looks to the west coast and 90s street gangs for inspiration, resulting in a bold black & white graphic pair of pants. Take note of the loose silhouette for the ultimate 90s fix.
The Importance of Being Colorful–Color plays a significant role this season with a brash refocused attitude, combining bold colors for an adventurous spring look. Here, J.Lindeberg finds the perfect color combination for a surprisingly sophisticated ensemble from their spring/summer 2014 collection.
Colorful Slouchy Knitwear–We’re not quite done with the grunge trend that rocked the fall/winter 2013 season. For spring, get a new lease on life with colorful slouchy knitwear. Swedish label Acne embraces a nice boxy silhouette for their spring/summer 2014 collection.
Urban Style Revisited–Oh, how Marc spoils us. Tap into your urban streak for a fun new look this season. For the spring/summer 2014 season, Marc by Marc Jacobs contributes the ultimate statement piece, a graphic bomber jacket.
The Power Suit–Embrace your inner Wall Street powerbroker with a strong new suit. Forever bold and adventurous, Versace hones in on the power suit with a sharp relaxed silhouette. Check out the spring/summer 2014 collection here.
Think Loose and Big–Canadian designer Jeremy Laing delights with colorful visuals that fit right into a 90s reemergence. Considering oversize silhouettes from the decade, Laing finds a nice sporty balance, embracing an urban motif for the bold. See Laing’s spring/summer 2014 collection here.