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Herve LegerSpring Summer 2015 New York

Runway Review
9/7/2014 Faith Cummings/fashionwirepress.com

"Deceptive grace" was the catalyst that drove the Spring assortment from Hervé Léger by Max Azria, but the designs at hand were only misleading if you expected an entire array of bandage dresses. Those were present naturally (the iconic silhouette is the brand's signature), but there was indeed more on display - though the female form was still held tight with each step down the catwalk.

Bold colors and decorative prints uplifted wrap blouses with undulating peplum hems, body-hugging pencil skirts, and flirty dresses that hit just above the knee. Black strappy platform sandals secured the looks in modern-day edge.

There were slight tweaks to those tried-and-true bandage dresses with bustier-molding, feminine undulating folds, off-the-shoulder silhouettes, and front-zip detailing. Straps and flouncy skirts created an eye-catching juxtaposition on the unabashedly seductive frocks and mesh pushed the numbers into the sensual stratosphere for those who revel in having all eyes on them.

Prints had a fun moment before giving way to more flesh by way of mini dresses and swimsuits. That vignette was fleeting as the elegance that initially inspired the Azrias was undeniable with embellishment and curved hems. Black, icy blue, and blush hues softened the blow of the ever-present bandage.

Hervé Léger is a brand founded on va-va-voom, thus temptation completed the collection. Intersecting leather straps were an indisputable reference to bondage and gold studs added just the right amount of glitz when married with eye-catching colorblocking.

The brand never fails to stimulate and the looks that were revealed certainly popped, though nothing broke the mold. There is power in knowing your strengths and sticking to them: once the heat of Spring turns on women want to slip into the scantily-clad and guaranteed they'll be pulling out Hervé Léger for those very moments. We could say that innovation is the key to longevity, but any brand that continuously makes women feel sexy and beautiful with no more effort than frequenting the gym and spending a pretty penny already has the key to what it takes to stick around.

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9/7/2014 Faith Cummings/fashionwirepress.com

"Deceptive grace" was the catalyst that drove the Spring assortment from Hervé Léger by Max Azria, but the designs at hand were only misleading if you expected an entire array of bandage dresses. Those were present naturally (the iconic silhouette is the brand's signature), but there was indeed more on display - though the female form was still held tight with each step down the catwalk.

Bold colors and decorative prints uplifted wrap blouses with undulating peplum hems, body-hugging pencil skirts, and flirty dresses that hit just above the knee. Black strappy platform sandals secured the looks in modern-day edge.

There were slight tweaks to those tried-and-true bandage dresses with bustier-molding, feminine undulating folds, off-the-shoulder silhouettes, and front-zip detailing. Straps and flouncy skirts created an eye-catching juxtaposition on the unabashedly seductive frocks and mesh pushed the numbers into the sensual stratosphere for those who revel in having all eyes on them.

Prints had a fun moment before giving way to more flesh by way of mini dresses and swimsuits. That vignette was fleeting as the elegance that initially inspired the Azrias was undeniable with embellishment and curved hems. Black, icy blue, and blush hues softened the blow of the ever-present bandage.

Hervé Léger is a brand founded on va-va-voom, thus temptation completed the collection. Intersecting leather straps were an indisputable reference to bondage and gold studs added just the right amount of glitz when married with eye-catching colorblocking.

The brand never fails to stimulate and the looks that were revealed certainly popped, though nothing broke the mold. There is power in knowing your strengths and sticking to them: once the heat of Spring turns on women want to slip into the scantily-clad and guaranteed they'll be pulling out Hervé Léger for those very moments. We could say that innovation is the key to longevity, but any brand that continuously makes women feel sexy and beautiful with no more effort than frequenting the gym and spending a pretty penny already has the key to what it takes to stick around.


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