Here is the second and the last part of what I like  from Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week New York F/W 2014/2015. Some collections got more inspiring pieces, looks than others (some none); some more sellable than others...well the fashion week in New York is the fashion event where you can see most sellable fashion collections among of all fashion weeks; very commercially oriented collections with good design.

Let´s take a look...

+ inspired by the band Grateful Dead
 cowl-neck blouses to give an "bandana effect"
+ pleated-lace or fringed skirts
+ rich materials 

+ inspired by Yasunari Kawabata's 1935 novel Snow Country
+ soft androgyny 

+ vintage camisoles for inspirations
+ romantic praire vibe meets gothic

+ cashmere wrap coat with a wide cobalt-blue shawl
+ double-face cashmere 
+ hand-loomed dresses and tops by New York artisans and inspired by the1970s textiles of Sheila Hicks
+ simple and less fashion, more style

+ layered looks and pyama dressing for women, uniform dressing for men

+ soft, wearable and trend-less pieces with some spanish accents (rose print)
+ practic and poetic

+ oversize menswear inspired pieces
+ the zipp coat, convertable into a short jacket (favorite piece)

+ Jason Wu debut collection as a creative director
+ lots of tailoring
rendered in a Bauhaus-inspired grid
+ day uniform looks

+ inspired by ornate costumes of the Ballets Russes
+ mink furs with horizontal leather inserts

inspired by English manor-country dressing and 1930s femininity
+ orange 1930´s inspired dress
+ cropped pants
+ tomboy looks

 mix-and-match separates
+ classic-sporty-modern daywear

+ hand, hammer, and broken-heart print 
+ cropped baloon pants

+ uptdated classi garments, like a wrap dress, pencil skirt and tuxedo jacket with lovely cutouts, high slits, and clean metallic accents
+ 90´s inspired evening dresses

+ inspired by a radical reconceptualization of golf wear
+ head to toe monochromes
+ utilitary outwears

+ first collection of the duo Luella Bartley and Katie Hillier
+ girl power inspired
+ military-pop looks

inspired by women who have strength without aggression
+ soft, moder and near to minimal (mostly the first part)
Sixties a strong reference

+ a-line skirts, fringed skirts, chunky knits,...for women; long johns, soft knits and beanies for men
+ relaxed silhouettes
+ most commercial collection

to give outdoorsy, maritime-themed pieces a minimalist line
 T-shirt made out of bubble wrap

+ dark, bold, dramatic twist
a blush-colored beaded number with long, sheer sleeves and a high-low hem 

+ structured jackets with a rigorous front and a bit rounded-shaped back
+ the importance on details

the emphasis on sportswear
+ deconstructed, draped garments
+ garment´s versatility

+ a Ralph Lauren mixed with a new Polo collection
+ casual, easy spirit
+ rich materials like cashmere, brushed suede, satin pongee, and Mongolian lamb

+ first collection under Coach
dress collaged from graphic lacquered lace and a polka-dot print inspired by an Alexander Liberman painting

 unique, modern approach on occasion wear with sculptural volumes and sophisticated separates, from day to evening
+ Superga sneakers in collaboration with the blogger Leandra Medine
+ favorite collection in my second part of MB New York Fashion Week

+ quilted-tech fabrics
+ layering

+ topography was the main theme (each embroidered with a different topography)
+ total white (in all shades)
+ layering

preppy-bohemian luxe

+ tomboy-grunge mixed with sensuality
+ tartan tailoring
+ leather jeans-jaket 

+ miniskirt-over-narrow-trouse
+ brushed camel coat

+ playing with textures
+ cashmere sweaters and v-necked (cleavage would be properly to say) dresses