The first thing that strikes a viewer of Angel Sanchez’s Fall 2014 collection is that it is geometrically boxy. Some might mistake that to mean that it is without form, but that’s not necessarily the case. What it is in reality is a collection that contains a lot of sharp edges and then melds feminine form within. It is easy on the eyes because of little touches. Examples include a forest green dress with a rectangular pleated center and an ingenious cape that fall maybe 2 inches below the dress from the back. The dress without the cape would be well done on its own, but the cape add that touch that completes the look. And that’s what you find with Sanchez’s collection overall. Where it could be good enough, there’s an additional touch that the designer adds that makes it just a bit better. Sanchez also started the show with a lot of dark colors, black specifically that portended a brooding show, but that quickly changed with base colors of blue, white and the aforementioned green. A beautiful shift dress in ivory with metallic adornments from chest to knee in the front was easy on the eyes and a final blue gown with and elongated floor-length cape made the collection a well enough outing by the designer.