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During the Spring season at the New York collections a little monotony is expected. After all in the city that made "American Sportswear" an actual fashion statement, how can things not get sportswear-centric?  Thankfully,  A Détacher designer Mona Kowalska is on the scene to shake things up,  and blow away the same-old-same old-with her hyper unique point of view and her fresh east-meets-west aesthetic. 

For Spring 2015, Kowalska did not disappoint. Playing with volume and tailoring, interesting fabric choices and mixed prints in a way that only she can, Kowalska created a breathtakingly pretty collection of clothes, inspired by childhood,  that grown-up women everywhere will surely want to wear immediately. 

All images: S.Whittle for Style Wylde. For more from the A Détacher runway show be sure to check out our behind-the-scenes feature in Scene.

Click here for more from the New York Spring 2015 runways.