Noon by Noor SS14 | New York Fashion Week

Inspired by natural wonder the Tree of Life, Noon by Noor S/S 2014 was shown against an enlarged flower motif instead of the usual white walls of most runways. Early looks for day-wear consisted of loose silhouettes and prints in neutral and pale, earthy colors, which transitioned into more structured styles with prints in orange, green and purple. Shorts were favored over skirts, and both tailored and billowing styles were present. 

Bold solid color appeared in the collection's more formal looks, along with mixed textures of leather, embroidery and flowers made out of what appeared to be silk chiffon. Volume was also a recurring theme. Boxy and straight seemed to be the most common silhouettes, although a few structured peplums were also thrown in. Overall the collection had a bit tropical feel, something to worn in a beach town or during the hottest days of summer.

This is a guest post written  by Alexandra Shook of Delayed Missives for Beauty in New York City.

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