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Tracy ReeseSpring Summer 2015 New York

Runway Review
9/8/2014 Faith Cummings/fashionwirepress.com

Onlookers of Tracy Reese's Spring 2015 show were treated to a dance performance: a manifestation of her inspiration for the collection which was steeped in movement and contrast. Though the collection began with an all-black look composed of a silk trench left open but belted at the waist, tank, trousers, and slides, that gravity of design quickly gave way to what Reese is known for: flirty printed frocks that a First Lady could easily fall in love with.

A yellow, off-the shoulder jumpsuit and orange sandals dipped the collection's toe into the color pool, before the assortment dived in head first with a pink pleated maxi piece, full skirt frock, turquoise silky blazer and sequin mini dress in the same shade, and a long bustle-hem skirt.

Prints really did run the gamut from a wintry branch pattern to feral leopard. Nature was at the core of the decoration including a desert landscape on a boatneck knit, a lush forest print on a leggy stunner, blurred florals on a slit-accented maxi dress, and dragonflies on another barely-there design. The looks were the most classically Springtime ensembles of the NYFW bunch thus far.

Lace was executed beautifully in bubblegum pink and graceful blush and black combinations. A blouse and mini skirt pairing felt incredibly youthful, while a full-skirted tea-length charmer was clearly created with the red carpet in mind.

Though Reese's signature is veritably presidential, her neutral looks here were a clear demonstration that she can open the brand up to more minimalism if she chose to. One can never go wrong with all-black (in fact that's a fashion mantra), thus she may garner a whole new legion of fans if those subdued, yet chic wares are up for grabs come Spring.

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9/8/2014 Faith Cummings/fashionwirepress.com

Onlookers of Tracy Reese's Spring 2015 show were treated to a dance performance: a manifestation of her inspiration for the collection which was steeped in movement and contrast. Though the collection began with an all-black look composed of a silk trench left open but belted at the waist, tank, trousers, and slides, that gravity of design quickly gave way to what Reese is known for: flirty printed frocks that a First Lady could easily fall in love with.

A yellow, off-the shoulder jumpsuit and orange sandals dipped the collection's toe into the color pool, before the assortment dived in head first with a pink pleated maxi piece, full skirt frock, turquoise silky blazer and sequin mini dress in the same shade, and a long bustle-hem skirt.

Prints really did run the gamut from a wintry branch pattern to feral leopard. Nature was at the core of the decoration including a desert landscape on a boatneck knit, a lush forest print on a leggy stunner, blurred florals on a slit-accented maxi dress, and dragonflies on another barely-there design. The looks were the most classically Springtime ensembles of the NYFW bunch thus far.

Lace was executed beautifully in bubblegum pink and graceful blush and black combinations. A blouse and mini skirt pairing felt incredibly youthful, while a full-skirted tea-length charmer was clearly created with the red carpet in mind.

Though Reese's signature is veritably presidential, her neutral looks here were a clear demonstration that she can open the brand up to more minimalism if she chose to. One can never go wrong with all-black (in fact that's a fashion mantra), thus she may garner a whole new legion of fans if those subdued, yet chic wares are up for grabs come Spring.


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