For this season's collection, Antonio Beradi was inspired by using couture fabrics, but in an urban technique. "It was an idea of moving my woman forward and taking myself out of a safety zone, away from the things that I'm known for." he justified. Every designer should do so at least once in their careers, in order to push a new image forward and to allow a fresh demographic. The first model opened the show, stepping out in a barely-there pink ensemble, with floral motifs on the whole look. She wore a light dress, with a boyish jumper a top - a stark contrast, something fitted with something loose.

A very pretty look, extremely feminine with a masculine touch of the top.

Not leaving his 'Beradi' woman too far behind, there were still elements of feminine and chic style. Presenting models in similar-esque DKNY Resort 2014 looks, the outfits had a soft, light dress, paired with a pink leather jacket. It worked well for Donna and it works well here. He then presented bursts of colour, from apple red to cute pinks! These outfits all had a polished and glowing effect to them, very pretty indeed.

Beradi finished his collection with modern looks, dominantly featuring dresses with interesting details on them. The modernity of these looks were enforced with texture, materials and silhouettes. These looks had wide neck lines, and low, large sleeves. A wonderful conclusion to his collection.

A very cool look, this must be gold for a street-style photographer.
Hmm, I'm not too sure about this look. Perhaps there is too much going on, or those sheer pants. Sheer must be used for subtle effect, not for the whole thing!
Nothing is more tackier, than leopard print on silk.
Interesting construction of the sleeves, I like the shape and style.

Do you like this collection?


Photo Credit: Style.com


  1. I don't know what it is about pastel pink but I love it! I would rock the pink biker jacket all day! <3


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