4 Designer Debuts to watch this Fall/Winter 2014 fashion week
It’s certainly been a musical chairs kind of moment in the fashion world. This Fall/Winter 2014 season marks the debut of not one or two but four designers at their new creative director roles. It’s impossible to even choose whose debut is more exciting but let’s breakdown the list of new collections to watch out for
JEREMY SCOTT AT MOSCHINO
Having just unveiled his first collection for Moschino for Pre-Fall 2014 to pretty great reviews, Jeremy is off to a good start. Now let’s see what kind of magic he is bringing to the storied house of Moschino. Do expect funky, quirky designs and possibly more celebrities wearing Moschino in the new year.
NICOLAS GHESQUIERE LV DEBUT
The fashion world mourned when Nicolas announced his departure at Balenciaga more than a year ago. But fret not, good talent will never be gone for long, he’s now back at Louis Vuitton after Marc Jacobs left his position last season. What can a visionary like Nicolas do to a luxury house? Let’s wait and see.
JW ANDERSON LOEWE DEBUT
Though it’s not confirmed that JW Anderson’s debut for Loewe is happening this Fall/Winter 2014 season but his appointment at the giant Spanish label has set people talking due to the differences in his strong avant grade aesthetics and the well-loved luxury handbag brand. Definitely one of the most exciting collections to watch out for this year.
STUART VEVERS COACH DEBUT
Gone were the days where Coach was all about American sportswear chic – preppy stripes, poppy brights and then the infamous in-your-face logos. New creative director Stuart Vevers who jumped from Loewe, replacing Reed Krakoff, is putting an edgier, more streetwise spin on the classic American label. He just presented his debut collection yesterday at New York Fashion Week! See some of the looks here.