It's not a Rachel Zoe collection without sequins or a little animal print, but while those elements remained a constant for Spring '14, they weren't the standouts. Not surprisingly, there were heavy '70s references, but the designer covered new ground with a lineup of denim separates and sharper cuts in all white that are pretty major.
There's a touch of the utilitarian via tailored field jackets finished in safari-inspired earth tones — the kind you might expect Zoe to pair with bell-bottoms and her oversize shades. Then, the lineup gives way to pops of blush and mint, and later, crisp all-white looks, even on an easy full-length maxi, a favorite of ours. But the real surprise here might just be the denim, from a jean minidress to a pair of boyfriend denim, Zoe covers our basics. In fact, the whole collection lends itself easily to mixing and matching — a wearable set of leather, luxe suiting, and even a few more feminine lace dresses that we could see any modern woman using to build her wardrobe.