Spring 2014 Accessories: Highlights From the New York Presentation

Spring 2014 Accessories Highlights From the New York PresentationDuring New York fashion Week accessories designers showcased their new spring/summer 2014 collections. WWD presented a  roundup of the events and presentations throughout the week.

Alejandro Ingelmo has expanded on his edgy and sexy shoe line to offer more sneaker styles, this season featuring an athletic number that’s a performance-worthy running shoe. Photo by Courtesy Photo

Alejandro Ingelmo has expanded on his edgy and sexy shoe line to offer more sneaker styles, this season featuring an athletic number that’s a performance-worthy running shoe. Photo by Courtesy Photo

Aperlai designer Alessandra Lanvin showed her inventive and distinct shoe line in New York for the first time, aiming to get more exposure in the American market. Photo by Steve Eichner

Aperlai designer Alessandra Lanvin showed her inventive and distinct shoe line in New York for the first time, aiming to get more exposure in the American market. Photo by Steve Eichner

Brazilian native Ana Khouri showed her latest collection that referenced elements like fire at her Columbus Circle apartment, which boasts a sweeping view of Central Park. Photo by John Aquino

Brazilian native Ana Khouri showed her latest collection that referenced elements like fire at her Columbus Circle apartment, which boasts a sweeping view of Central Park. Photo by John Aquino

Brazilian native Ana Khouri showed her latest collection that referenced elements like fire at her Columbus Circle apartment, which boasts a sweeping view of Central Park. Photo by John Aquino

Brazilian native Ana Khouri showed her latest collection that referenced elements like fire at her Columbus Circle apartment, which boasts a sweeping view of Central Park. Photo by John Aquino

Danielle and Jodie Snyder of Dannijo chose a boudoir setting to launch %22Noir,%22 a vintage-inspired gemstone collection that featured the use of white stones. Photo by Kyle Ericksen

Danielle and Jodie Snyder of Dannijo chose a boudoir setting to launch “Noir’ a vintage-inspired gemstone collection that featured the use of white stones. Photo by Kyle Ericksen

Danielle and Jodie Snyder of Dannijo chose a boudoir setting to launch %22Noir,%22 a vintage-inspired gemstone collection that featured the use of white stones. Photo by Kyle Ericksen

Danielle and Jodie Snyder of Dannijo chose a boudoir setting to launch ‘Noir’ a vintage-inspired gemstone collection that featured the use of white stones. Photo by Kyle Ericksen

Edmundo Castillo is going low down — for a heel height that is, as seen in this chocolate and purple suede sandal with a chunky 60-mm. heel. Photo by Rodin Banica

Edmundo Castillo is going low down — for a heel height that is, as seen in this chocolate and purple suede sandal with a chunky 60-mm. heel. Photo by Rodin Banica

Fallon jewelry designer Dana Lorenz amped up the volume on her jewelry presentation by showing her collection on models and on the runway. Photo by Rodin Banica

Fallon jewelry designer Dana Lorenz amped up the volume on her jewelry presentation by showing her collection on models and on the runway. Photo by Rodin Banica

Fallon jewelry designer Dana Lorenz amped up the volume on her jewelry presentation by showing her collection on models and on the runway. Photo by Rodin Banica

Fallon jewelry designer Dana Lorenz amped up the volume on her jewelry presentation by showing her collection on models and on the runway. Photo by Rodin Banica

Filmmaker and philanthropist Arden Wohl collaborated with vegan shoemakers Cri de Coeur on a line of stylish but ethically conscious sandals and flats. Photo by Courtesy Photo

Filmmaker and philanthropist Arden Wohl collaborated with vegan shoemakers Cri de Coeur on a line of stylish but ethically conscious sandals and flats. Photo by Courtesy Photo

Fiona Kotur featured this %22cage%22 design evening bag for with removable silk lining in her first NYFW presentation. Photo by Scott Rudd

Fiona Kotur featured this ‘cage’ design evening bag for with removable silk lining in her first NYFW presentation. Photo by Scott Rudd

Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin were feted at Barneys New York on the launch of a capsule jewelry collection on which they collaborated with jewelry designers David Rees and Ron Anderson of Ten Thousand Things. Photo by Courtesy Photo√

Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin were feted at Barneys New York on the launch of a capsule jewelry collection on which they collaborated with jewelry designers David Rees and Ron Anderson of Ten Thousand Things. Photo by Courtesy Photo

Isa Tapia designed a collection she refers to as the %22circus%22 collection as an homage to the fashion circus at Lincoln Center she witnesses outside the window of the Empire Hotel suite where she has shown her collection for several seasons.

Isa Tapia designed a collection she refers to as the ‘circus’ collection as an homage to the fashion circus at Lincoln Center she witnesses outside the window of the Empire Hotel suite where she has shown her collection for several seasons.

Just a year after launching his namesake brand, Paul Andrew showed his fifth collection of classically sophisticated footwear that referenced the book %22Serpens%22 by Guido Mocafico. Photo by Courtesy Photo

Just a year after launching his namesake brand, Paul Andrew showed his fifth collection of classically sophisticated footwear that referenced the book ‘Serpens’ by Guido Mocafico. Photo by Courtesy Photo

Lisa Salazar of Lulu Frost showed her vintage-inspired gemstone and one-of-a-kind piece jewelry collection called Neon Baroque on models styled to resemble modern day Marie Antoinettes. Photo by Kyle Ericksen

Lisa Salazar of Lulu Frost showed her vintage-inspired gemstone and one-of-a-kind piece jewelry collection called Neon Baroque on models styled to resemble modern day Marie Antoinettes. Photo by Kyle Ericksen

Lisa Salazar of Lulu Frost showed her vintage-inspired gemstone and one-of-a-kind piece jewelry collection called Neon Baroque on models styled to resemble modern day Marie Antoinettes. Photo by Kyle Ericksen

Lisa Salazar of Lulu Frost showed her vintage-inspired gemstone and one-of-a-kind piece jewelry collection called Neon Baroque on models styled to resemble modern day Marie Antoinettes. Photo by Kyle Ericksen

M2Malletier designers Melissa Losada and Marcela Velez introduced a tote style to their highly in-demand bag line based in Barcelona. Photo by Courtesy Photo

M2Malletier designers Melissa Losada and Marcela Velez introduced a tote style to their highly in-demand bag line based in Barcelona. Photo by Courtesy Photo

Milliner Anya Caliendo showed her wildly creative and over-the-top creations, like these feathered cocktail styles at the Box at Lincoln Center. Photo by John Aquino

Milliner Anya Caliendo showed her wildly creative and over-the-top creations, like these feathered cocktail styles at the Box at Lincoln Center. Photo by John Aquino

Monique Péan's newest collection, Renhet, was heavily influenced by her recent to Norway and its glacial landscape. Photo by Courtesy Photo

Monique Péan’s newest collection, Renhet, was heavily influenced by her recent to Norway and its glacial landscape. Photo by Courtesy Photo

Sigerson Morrison put its spring line in an apt setting by hosting their presentation poolside atop the Empire Hotel across from Lincoln Center. Photo by Steve Eichner

Sigerson Morrison put its spring line in an apt setting by hosting their presentation poolside atop the Empire Hotel across from Lincoln Center. Photo by Steve Eichner

 

 

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