Very obviously inspired by Asian culture, L'Wren Scott's Spring 2014 collection came complete with obi belts, kimono-style dresses with wide sleeves, mandarin hats, cherry blossom prints, stacked platforms, sun umbrellas, lots of red, and black bob cuts on the models. While some of the looser silhouettes and more colorful looks might have been a bit of a departure from what we've come to expect from the designer, there were plenty of her more fitted signature pieces including a variety of cinched-at-the-waist day dresses.
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