Sneak Peek: BCBG, Herve Leger & Mara Hoffman's Spring 2014 Collections

Technically speaking, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week starts tomorrow here in New York City, but somehow it feels like it's already been going on for a week! There's so much planning and prep that goes into an editor's Fashion Week schedule, so we cannot even imagine how much planning went into putting together each designer's collections for Spring/Summer 2014.

Case in point: These sketches & inspirations behind designers BCBG, Herve Leger & Mara Hoffman's latest collections. See what each fashion house had to say about the forthcoming runway shows below. 

We know we can't wait to see how this all comes together! Make sure to check back throughout the rest of the week to see what it all looks like when it goes down the runway right here on Latina.com:

BCBGMAXAZRIA SS14: “We were inspired by nature and modern art. Contemporary art inspired the choice of vivid colors, while more muted tones glean inspiration from the natural beauty of the world around us.” -Lubov Azria, Chief Creative Officer

Herve Leger by Max Azria SS14: “Different cultural and geological references inspire the collection as seen in ancient tribes and tradition.” Lubov Azria, Chief Creative Officer

Mara Hoffman SS14: “I call this collection "a gang of rainbow warriors". If there were ever a gang that worshipped rainbows, this is what they would wear!” -Mara Hoffman

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