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Tadashi Shoji RTW Spring 2014: Lady-Like Dresses in Metallic, Plaid and Lace

Tadashi Shoji, runway show, new york fashion week

Photos Courtesy of Tadashi Shoji

Metallic, plaid and lace, while usually not the stuff of fashion fairy tales, actually worked surprisingly well in

Tadashi Shojis

runway show yesterday during New York Fashion Week. Not every gown was princess-worthy, but for the most part it was beautifully soft and feminine; Shoji creates distinct tailoring, accenting a womens figure like no one else could. Shoji told

InStyle

that his inspiration was 'sweet liberation,' not the womens liberation in the '60s. In the '80s, women had to fight in a mans world. Women now are self-confident. It's time for sweetness to come out. That's the reason we have sweet colors and layers and layers of lace over other fabrics." Layers, indeed.

Tadashi Shoji RTW Spring 2014: Lady-Like Dresses in Metallic, Plaid and Lace

Tadashi Shoji, runway show, new york fashion week

Photos Courtesy of Tadashi Shoji

Metallic, plaid and lace, while usually not the stuff of fashion fairy tales, actually worked surprisingly well in Tadashi Shoji’s runway show yesterday during New York Fashion Week. Not every gown was princess-worthy, but for the most part it was beautifully soft and feminine; Shoji creates distinct tailoring, accenting a women’s figure like no one else could. Shoji told InStyle that his inspiration “was ‘sweet liberation,’ not the women’s liberation in the ’60s. In the ’80s, women had to fight in a man’s world. Women now are self-confident. It’s time for sweetness to come out. That’s the reason we have sweet colors and layers and layers of lace over other fabrics.” Layers, indeed.

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