Top designers' sketches and insights about their inspiration have hinted at the season's top clothing trends, which will be unveiled during the storied fashion week. It's an opportunity for fashion's elite -- from celebrities to bloggers -- to get a jump start on the latest offerings before they land in stores this spring.
Hart took a vacation to the west coast destination a year ago.
"I loved the natural landscapes and the modernist architecture," he said.
Expect plenty of rich colors and lighter spring fabrics in this collection, said Hart, who drew inspiration from everything from the color of the curtains in buildings he visited to cactus plants.
"There will be a lot of special touches this season," he promised.
After last season's '70s rock 'n' roll collection, designer
He promises "tea stained ivory lace, suede fringe, stretch denim, and embellished fabrics." It's what he describes as the "Electric West."
The creative director for
Maccari says the end result is "blurring the line between [work and play] with performance textiles and details that dress up and vice versa."
He added: "The collection plays with the duality of sportswear fabrics in active silhouettes and performance fabrics in tailored silhouettes."
"Spring/Summer 2015 imagines the Rolling Stones traveling to
Taylor added that her collection is for "the contemporary woman; her spirited life and her individual style."
This season, Hoffman was inspired by light. She's introducing a softer color palette that "plays in an easier, more tranquil space." The intention of the collection is to act as a subtle reminder to take a personal breath and to be in a place of lightness, she said.
"This collection is my reminder to self to be light," Hoffman added.
This year has been huge for the
Siriano had a monster night at the recent Emmys. He dressed a bevy of starlets, including "Orange Is the New Black" star
The hot streak likely won't end there. Siriano just announced a new fragrance (his first) and his spring collection is hotly anticipated, as well.
This collection will be inspired by the glass sculptures of Sergio Redegalli, according to Siriano.
"I was drawn to the diffusion of light and reflective transparency of his work installed at the
Siriano promises icy arctic blues and greens, sharp, laser-cut patterns, and intricate crystal embroidery.
"I wanted this collection to feel light, clean, and crisp; tranquil like a Japanese zen rock garden; modern for today's woman," he said.
The collection will combine simple elegant separates for day and lustrous, long dresses for evening.
The end result will be "something light, feminine, clean, and crisp," according to Siriano.
Primarily known for his exciting, flashy eyewear offerings,
"Literally every day I continue to strive to create something new and add to the collection," he said.
The designer promises a lot of color and shine through the use of
"My previous collections were very dark and grungy," he said. "The majority of my old collections are very goth inspired. I've always took from religion and culture to influence my designs."
This season, she took a more an international approach.
DeVos said she received inspiration from "the fusion of Japanese design and landscape as seen in the gardens of
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