Runway Report: Feminine-Meets-Masculine Dressing at Rebecca Minkoff

Rebecca Minkoff Fall Winter 2014 Runway

UK singer Aluna George opened Rebecca Minkoff's Fall 2014 show which we had the pleasure of viewing from the American Express Skybox, a cardmember lounge perched high above the runways of New York Fashion Week. Unlike the crowded seats below it, guests are able to enjoy the shows on plush couches while eating & drinking delicious food from Food & Wine's Chefs-in-Residence - yum!

Minkoff's latest collection featured a parade of tailored coats, slouchy pants, pearl-embellished T-shirts, and of course, major shoes and bags (the slim fanny styles were our personal obsession).

While Minkoff’s spring color palette was bright and bold (her muse was Frida Kahlo), fall brought a slew of soft grey, petal pink, noble green, navy, and tobacco hues.

The hair and makeup teams backstage were abuzz creating "sexy tomboy" looks in the form of relaxed wispy ponies and burnt berry lips, and the clothes mimicked that feminine-meets-masculine feel out on the catwalk.

Also, when planning out your must-haves for fall, make sure to put a belted faux-fur stole on your list—it's clearly going to be a big trend.

Plus, can we talk about that front row?! Two of our fave Latina ladies, Victoria Justice and Bella Thorne, sat next to fellow Disney star Zendaya and all three girls rocked some serious footwear. Zendaya sported Minkoff's ‘Melanie’ Woven Boots from the Fall 2013 collection, while Vic and Bella opted for the ‘Rita’ Gladiator Boot. We can’t wait to see more of these fashionistas at fashion week and to see what they’ll be wearing. Check back every day for more #NYFW coverage right here on latina.com.

 

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Kelli Acciardo,

Kelli Acciardo is a style writer and makeup artist living in New York City. Obsessions include: huevos rancheros, Chanel eye shadow, spicy margs, puppies with attitude, and a great blowout. Her favorite Latina is obviously Jennifer Lopez, but hottie Naya Rivera is her #1 pick for one to watch these days. Past jobs include Deputy Editor at OKMagazine.com and Beauty and Fashion Editor at Seventeen.com.

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