Fashion week may be almost at an end, but to all of its attendees, that doesn’t mean it’s time to slow down. While we’re sure the editors, bloggers, and fashion influencers are exhausted, it certainly doesn’t show in their sartorial choices.
Day six was all about statement accessories. From metallics and neons to futuristic shapes of all sorts, fashion showgoers ditched their everyday staples for some serious street style eye candy. I mean, what better time to pair a pastel blue clutch with fire engine red shoes?
Click through the gallery below to check out our favorites from day six. Keep slaying, New York.
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An oversized statement belt totally transforms this V-neck sweater.
Cat eye frames and a vintage bowling shirt? We’re totally feeling this retro-inspired look.
It’s all about the statement shoe.
Bell sleeves and a slip dress? Yes, please!
Well, cuffing season is right around the corner.
This look is certainly pink as f*ck—and we love it.
Some super futuristic heels give this classic white button-down and black pant combo an instant update.
Now that's how you dress up a plain white shirt.
The best fashion week accessory? An equally stylish friend by your side.
We feel lost not having this jacket in our own personal wardrobe.
Can this bag be any more NYFW?
NYLON staff writer Hayden Manders proves that grunge is here to stay.
An all-black ensemble is always a NYFW must, and NYLON digital editorial director, Gabrielle Korn, owns it. Those gold shoes, though!
NYLON ladies Marissa Smith and Jenna Igneri prove that candy colored hair is the ultimate statement.
Off-one-shoulder is the new off-the-shoulder.
Who knew a hoodie could look so chic?
Hopping on the lace-up runway trend before everyone else does.
Fresh flowers are the best accessory, no matter what look you're going for.
Fashion market editor, Marissa Smith, gives us a little shoulder (and a killer old-school Mickey Mouse tattoo).
You can’t go wrong with some studded Louis Vuitton.