#NYFW: BCBG Max Azria

BCBG Max Azria Fall 2014 collection

Mercedes Benz Fashion Week is here again with the Fall 2014 collections! As Chicagoans, we tend to LIVE for the fall (but we can certainly do without winter). Fall allows us to ditch our shorts and tank tops and play dress up again. More importantly, runways full of fall clothes allows me to play with fashion and interior design again!

I will choose one designer for each day of the  F/W 2014 New York Fashion Week  (#NYFW) as the inspiration for my design boards. First up is BCBG Max Azria. For their 25th anniversary collection, BCBG Max Azria presented a collection featuring fur and color blocking. I imagined a room filled with a softness of color, boldness in shape and fuzzy-like warmth.

1. The soft rose color and bold black graphic shapes in the Janey Pillow from CB2 is a direct pull from the runway look. It compliments it with perfection.

2. The BCBG Max Azria runway look is sharp (or as my Aunt Sandy says, “Shaaaaaaaaaaaarp!”). The Arteriors Mercedes Mahogany Chair is just as sharp with its rich, buttery leather and deep mahogany wood.

3. To compliment the antique gold in the Janey pillow, I’ve added the Assam Metal Basket, also from CB2.

4. The softness and innocence of color in the Jonathan Adler Lampert Lounger is a nice compliment to the touch of blue as seen in the featured runway look.

5. All good things come in ‘threes.’ To also compliment the Janey pillow’s antique gold accents, I’ve paired the Assam basket with a couple of Dwell Studio Triangle Stripe Boxes.

6. What’s wonderful about the featured runway look is that it’s bold and interesting while remaining minimal. The same can be said for the Arteriors Home Hadley Floor Lamp.

7. All of this boldness deserves a touch of fuzziness. The Flokati Shag Rug from Hayneedle serves that need for warmth and visual fleeciness.

8. The Botero Coffee Table from Jayson Home  has lines that are so deliciously interesting and yet the natural color of the wood and glass allows the rather large piece to have a certain quietude.


About Maya-Camille Broussard

Maya-Camille Broussard is a curator and designer living in Chicago. Both her personal blog, The MCB Project and TCW, Blog Art Cart, focus on arts integration and interior design. Her online store, The MCB Shop, provides style for the home and style for the everyday life with housewares, vintage accessories and accoutrements for women and men.