Have any of you seen Phantom Thread? If not, do so at your earliest convenience. Though it's not discussed outright, red plays a vital role in distinguishing who, in the twisted romance, has the power. Sometimes their red is as bold as a dress, sometimes it's a sock, and sometimes it's a lip that gets brushed off. Those who wear red have the upper hand. Perhaps it's because red is such a commanding color—there's really no way to be subtle with it. Wear red and the heads turn. And boy did heads turn yesterday, on the second day of New York Fashion Week. Red here, red there. It's encouraging to see all these New Yorkers flex their power in something other than black.
Missed day one's street style? No worries. We gotchu.
Slicked-up and puffed-out.
At NYFW, we work on our fitness in Gucci.
The glamour of Tess Holliday's gown and Hollywood waves is beyond.
Came for the powder blue jacket, stayed for the pop of florals on those shoes!
Pretty Little Lucy Hale.
If I had this bag on Valentine's Day, it would be empty.
A phone case, but make it fashion.
A mood, honey. A mood.
Bob inspiration for days.
Business goth is a real thing.
Finally! A Vetements spotting.
Off-White goes rouge.
Let's talk about NYLON's own Jenna Igneri's bag and how iconic it is.
She's got flowers in her eyes.
You'd be that happy too if you rocked pastels this well.
This outfit has improved my credit, cleared my skin, and added 10 years to my life.
Berets really are the It Item, aren't they?
Yes to NYLON's Editor-in-Chief Gabrielle Korn's chunky coat. Yes to her red leather DROMe dress. Yes to it all.
Jenna Lyons, on a very important business call.
It's the boss herself, Miss Keke Palmer!