From left: Hillary MacMillan, Hayley Elsaesser, Pink Tartan. Photos by George Pimentel/Getty Images1. Prints on prints Whether it's mixing different patterns together at once, or sporting one print from head-to-toe, Spring 2015 is about going bold and bright with prints, whether soft or graphic.
From left: Elan & Castor, Laura Siegel, Soia & Kyo. Photos by George Pimentel/Getty Images2. Boho silhouettes "While it is really ladylike, it's no longer really fitted as we're accustomed to seeing. It's looser, it's more romantic, it's soft," said Francisco. It's also a flattering, forgiving way to come out of months of carb-filled hibernation.
From left: Vaiken, Eliza Faulkner, Beaufille. Photos by George Pimentel/Getty Images3. Bare midriffs For the girl who wishes to show a little more skin, jump on the surprisingly long-lasting midriff trend. Slight flashes of skin appeared in most collections during World MasterCard Fashion Week, which was ironic, as most show attendees were bundled up in fall jackets and ankle booties. We cannot wait for spring.
From left: Rudybois, Narces, Matthew Gallagher. Photos by George Pimentel/Getty Images4. Modern femininity As noted by Francisco, elegant fabrics and "new silhouettes that define femininity" in whites and pastels are big for spring. They're also a sophisticated way to change up your tried and true seasonal wardrobe switch over.
From left: Mélissa Nepton, Rudsak, Mackage. Photos by George Pimentel/Getty Images5. Sheer statement pieces Sheer, diaphanous fabrics were layered with solid pieces to demonstrate that the everyday woman truly can pull off this trend. Just be sure to take your skirts with you when passing through subway doors. For more fashion news, visit our Style Desk blog.