Costello Tagliapietra Spring 2014
Light and breezy attire with exciting burst of colors gave way at Costello Tagliapietra Spring 2014. Blurred prints and clean knee-length dresses in solid colors were bountiful on the forefront of the runway. Cardigans paired with blouse and skirt combos give an ultra chic feel to designs that are easily wearable with plenty of stylish combinations.
Jeffrey Costello and Robert Tagliapietra bring a fun, funky vibe to simple cotton silhouettes with personal staples of plaid work shirts and bulky cardigans were the main feature of the looks overall. The perfect for spring colors mingled as pastels bring a breath of fresh air in compliment to the breezy fabric. Accent colors on collars give a unique approach to a white collar button up.
Silk was incorporated into the clothing in various ways as an accent to the pieces, and slip on cork sandals were primary footwear on the models complimenting the outfits perfectly. Flowy, silk pants also made its way down the runway paired with a sheer, patterned shirt. Overall this collection makes a splash with colors and design elements. fdmLOVES COSTELLO TAGLIAPIETRA spring 2014 selects by Brigitte Segura, written by Natalie Barry.
Here’s a peek at looks from our instagram from the runway at milk studios.