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J. Crew Fall 2014: The Usual Mix of Colors, Patterns and Textures (Runway Review)



The Scene: Standing against a white backdrop, the models showed off the vibrant Fall 2014 collection.

The Inspiration: Berlin in the 20s, specifically Otto Dix's portrait of German journalist and poet Sylvia von Harden.

The Look: A fun oversized colorblocked shearling scarf, quilted bombers, denim separates, lots of mixed colors, textures and prints, cropped wide leg pants, Bermuda shorts, statement sweatshirts and playful knit tops.

The Accessories: Strappy pumps and sandals, pointed pumps.

The Beauty: Side-parted hair that was blown out straight and a statement lip.

The Takeaway: The brand's usual blend of casual-dressy fashions that mix colors, patterns and textures.

images: IMAXtree

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