You wanna know what's going to be big on the runways (and fast fashion houses) in two years? Check out what's happening below 14th street in Manhattan after 11:30pm, and then head across the East River toward the warehouses of Brooklyn's Bushwick for even more. There, you'll feel and experience the true heart of New York City: the forward-thinking, liberated creative class that puts the life in the Big Apple's nightlife. NYC's club scene has always been at the forefront of style. There, where artists mix with execs and the gender binary is a thing that hasn't been thought of in years, is where true, adventurous style is found. It should come as no surprise, then, that once the sun set on the first day of New York Fashion week, the boundary pushers (and smashers) took to the streets with style that's bold, colorful, sometimes metallic, and always, always camera-ready. Smile, Nicki Digital could be just around the corner.
Oh ho ho, it's Moschino!
That, dear friends, is the pose you pull when you're rocking vintage.
What's blue and white and striped all over again?
Camo, but make it fashion.
TFW you've got a Groupon personal trainer at 7pm, but a Brooklyn photography show an hour later.
We see that Prada and raise you an expert use of Kylie Jenner camo pants.
Carrie Bradshaw goes hypebae.
Hey! My eye is up here.
Marc + Miu Miu + Junya Wanatabe = rosy cosmic perfection.
Prepare for fashion trouble, and make it double.
Extra! Extra! Red all about it!
Braid-tails, the new hair trend about to take over your Instagram feeds. (Lovin' Tayla Parx's Laurence & Chico jacket and top.)
[Listens to Sam Sparro's "Black and Gold" once.]
Can... we... uh... sit with you, too?
This, right here, is the look of a downtown superhero.
We're all mad here during Fashion Week, Alice.
Kill Bill vibes.
Yes, hello. Where is the underground rave tonight? We'd like to go to there, please.
Lizzo and Brooke Candy making Shibari fashion.
A sensible evening hoop dress goes a long way.
Forever, ever? Forever, ever?!?