Tadashi Shoji SS2014 Runway

A model walks the runway at the Tadashi Shoji show during Spring/Summer 2014 New York Fashion Week via http://www.thepresidentwearsprada.com/tadashi-shoji-ss2014-runway

Sweet liberation in frosted colors graced the runway

One of our favorite models, the fairy princess Nastya Kusakina, wearing an embroidered and grid corded tulle peplum gown

Model Nastya Kusakina walks the runway at the Tadashi Shoji show during Spring/Summer 2014 New York Fashion Week via http://www.thepresidentwearsprada.com/tadashi-shoji-ss2014-runway

The lace theme of the show extends to the front runway wall

The Tadashi Shoji runway show during Spring/Summer 2014 New York Fashion Week via http://www.thepresidentwearsprada.com/tadashi-shoji-ss2014-runway

A sweetly feminine dress in frosted lemon with embroidered floral applique detail

A model walks the runway at the Tadashi Shoji show during Spring/Summer 2014 New York Fashion Week via http://www.thepresidentwearsprada.com/tadashi-shoji-ss2014-runway

A model walks the runway at the Tadashi Shoji show during Spring/Summer 2014 New York Fashion Week via http://www.thepresidentwearsprada.com/tadashi-shoji-ss2014-runway

A model walks the runway at the Tadashi Shoji show during Spring/Summer 2014 New York Fashion Week via http://www.thepresidentwearsprada.com/tadashi-shoji-ss2014-runway

A model walks the runway at the Tadashi Shoji show during Spring/Summer 2014 New York Fashion Week via http://www.thepresidentwearsprada.com/tadashi-shoji-ss2014-runway

I liked the modern checkered print twist on this strapless gown

A model walks the runway at the Tadashi Shoji show during Spring/Summer 2014 New York Fashion Week via http://www.thepresidentwearsprada.com/tadashi-shoji-ss2014-runway

A model walks the runway at the Tadashi Shoji show during Spring/Summer 2014 New York Fashion Week via http://www.thepresidentwearsprada.com/tadashi-shoji-ss2014-runway

One of my favorite gowns and perhaps the least spring-like. A chic combination of pale pink and black lattice

A model walks the runway at the Tadashi Shoji show during Spring/Summer 2014 New York Fashion Week via http://www.thepresidentwearsprada.com/tadashi-shoji-ss2014-runway

A model walks the runway at the Tadashi Shoji show during Spring/Summer 2014 New York Fashion Week via http://www.thepresidentwearsprada.com/tadashi-shoji-ss2014-runway

The ever-present crop top paired unexpectedly with a neoprene dress

A model walks the runway at the Tadashi Shoji show during Spring/Summer 2014 New York Fashion Week via http://www.thepresidentwearsprada.com/tadashi-shoji-ss2014-runway

Model Nastya Kusakina walks the runway at the Tadashi Shoji show during Spring/Summer 2014 New York Fashion Week via http://www.thepresidentwearsprada.com/tadashi-shoji-ss2014-runway

A model walks the runway at the Tadashi Shoji show during Spring/Summer 2014 New York Fashion Week via http://www.thepresidentwearsprada.com/tadashi-shoji-ss2014-runway

The finale of the Tadashi Shoji runway show during Spring/Summer 2014 New York Fashion Week via http://www.thepresidentwearsprada.com/tadashi-shoji-ss2014-runway

Super bloggers: Aimee Song of Song of Style + her sister Dani, Chriselle of The Chriselle Factor & Liz of Late Afternoon look on as Tadashi takes a bow

Tadashi Shoji at his runway show during Spring/Summer 2014 New York Fashion Week via http://www.thepresidentwearsprada.com/tadashi-shoji-ss2014-runway

Sweet femininity was Tadashi Shoji‘s inspiration for this collection. As a girl who grew up wanting to be fairy princess, I certainly appreciated the soft delicacy and airy silhouettes of these gowns, especially as they flowed wistfully down the runway a few feet away from me. I liked seeing Shoji’s use of neoprene – it gave his classically styled clothes a much needed modernity. Personally, I’d love to pair his boxy silk organza lattice crop tops with a pair of slouchy jeans and girly heels – which reminds me, crop tops are here to stay for a while!

  • Thoughtsofglam.com

    I love everything in this collection. I will hopefully be able to create versions that are a little more budget friendly