Another NYFW, another week of intensely searching for the coolest street style moments the city has to offer. This season hit all the sweet spots: bold color, wild patterns, and, refreshingly, not many people jumping on the same trends. (Is it just us, or were we expecting to see more people draping their oversized jackets around their elbows?) Original and playful style dominated the streets, in between shows and on the runways.
It's a privilege to even take in the activity around Fashion Week; the inspiration for day-to-day style is endless. While spring and summer styles were on display inside the designers' spaces, fall style ruled outside. Count on us to apply all the tips and tricks we've seen this week to the coming months. Until then, it's off to Europe! There's still three more weeks of shows to behold, after all.
This ain't their first time at the street style rodeo.
A pastel fit only for a queen.
Distressed and well-dressed.
Red all about it.
Wind is the best accessory.
"Don't wear a necklace as a headpiece," they said. "It'll look funky," they said. How very wrong they were.
Self-reflection meets street reflection.
Look at the strength of this delicacy.
Keep your friends close and pattern pals closer.
Dani Stahl in all the names: Rebecca Taylor, Chloe, Thom Browne, and Dolce & Gabanna. (Also, hello Range Rover.)
Style-setters, reporting for duty.
Mellow yellow? Haven't heard of it.
The Pink Ladies have met their rivals.
Miss! Fame! In! Marc! Jacobs!
Lovin' this camel moment, but can we talk about that metallic mani?!
A very coordinated look.
Wreck it up, Sita Abellan. Wreck it up.
This must be what Justin Timberlake meant when he said he was bringing sexy back, right?
Colonel Mustard, on the street, with the piercing stare.