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New York Fashion Week Spring 2014 Hits and Misses: Part 1 (Forum Buzz)

New York Fashion Week is fully underway and you can rest assured that forum members at theFashionSpot have been reviewing each and every new collection. Here, the brands that stood out as some of the best and the worst of the bunch thus far.

The Hits: Misha Nonoo, Delpozo, Organic by John Patrick. Images via and IMAXtree

The Hits: Misha Nonoo, Delpozo, Organic by John Patrick. Images via Getty and IMAXtree


Misha Nonoo

“I love it, especially some of the green pieces and the greyish lilac looks. There's something refreshing about it, especially when compared to a lot of the other New York collections this season.” [TianSoFine]

“This is gorgeous, it has a lovely summer vibe, the colors are spot on in tone.” [Razzer]

“The colors are light and sweet.” [elle_gb]



“What I absolutely adore about him is he plays with volume but never makes his designs look ridiculous in the final results. Everything looks so soft, fluid-like and so pretty.” [Hot Cowture]

“I didn't think they could top last season for me, but they did, exquisite!” [HeatherAnne]

“This was seriously mesmerizing. Best from NY for me.” [Laces


Organic by John Patrick

“I kind of love every single look… I think he's quite underrated in my opinion… Also the styling/makeup is really lovely and only enhances the clothing and the girls. Would definitely put this in my top ten for New York and the big shows haven't even happened yet.” [teaars]

“Lovely collection, light and looks comfortable, but still looks chic. I really like the bagginess of the cut of the trousers in the first look, reminds of a DKNY collection from the late nineties.” [Razzer]

“I love his work and it's getting better each season; the full skirts here are a floaty summer dream. I want every one of them! This is an excellent collection. The pastels are dirty enough, too, that I'd wear ALL of them. And while the collection has a largely feminine vibe there is absolutely nothing twee about it; it's still totally urban.” [Not Plain Jane]