New York Fashion Week (NYFW) has wrapped, and the designs that graced the runways set the stage for the top trends of Fall 2015. Elaborate fur adorned everything from vests and coats to shoes while high necklines and intricate lace details drew inspiration from the romantic Victorian era. Spring’s staples, such as bold embellishments and the poncho’s revival, are here to stay, transitioning seamlessly into must-have pieces for the Fall.
There were plenty of buzz-worthy moments inside, but the streets and sidewalks of New York Fashion Week (NYFW) featured fashion just as notable. From crisp white pantsuits to vibrant patterns, here are the stylish ensembles seen around town.
With the chilly temperatures of winter sticking around during this year’s New York Fashion Week, furry coats and warm wraps were a common sight.
Giovanna Battaglia opts for a red and black palette
Helena Bordon wears a Tommy Hilfiger star-studded coat
Colorful plaid wrap cinched at the waist
Swinging silhouette embellished with a abstract appliqués
Lush salmon-orange coat paired with denim bell bottom trousers exudes 70s chic
Christine Whitney in an ivory fur gilet
Princess Deena Al Juhani Abdulaziz in shades of grey
Taking inspiration from sailboats and ocean shores, these looks combined crisp whites with nautical navy.
Caroline de Maigret pairs her nautical stripes with denim
Helena Bordon in crisp white high-waisted trousers with navy blouse and coat
Cropped top with nautical stripes and slim ankle length navy pants
Olivia Palermo in a sailor-inspired blazer
Zanna Roberts Rossi in Preen by Thornton Bregazzi sheer striped dress
Classic Black and White
From monochomatic ensembles to those that mixed classic black and white shades with touches of other hues, these pieces are timeless with a twist.
Amanda Weiner in black and white dress with spotted pattern
Lauren Remington Platt in Ralph Lauren winter white ensemble
Floor length black and white coat features a geometric pattern and wide black lapels
Matching trousers and coat in tribal-inspired pattern
Modern and elegant ivory pantsuit
Black and white striped pants paired with shades of neutrals
Chevron striped coat over red skirt and striped red sweater
Striped top pops against curve-hugging black skirt and structured coat
Cream fur-lined coat over winter white trousers
Neon yellow pops against a mixture of black and white
Pops of Color
On sidewalks lined with snow, splashes of vibrant color are a welcome sight. Whether with a bold print or an electric shade, these looks embody the hues of the coming spring and summer.
Shiny gold metallic coat with rich purple pants featuring ruffle detail and whimsical bag
Natalie Cantell in floral patterned jumpsuit
Orange coat embellished with large flowers
Bright orange leather jacket over tribal patterned top and white linen trousers.
Helena Bordon wearing wide leg trousers with a pop of blue and pink print
Colorful pants make a springtime statement during New York Fashion Week
Electric blue pantsuit is the star in this mixture of textures and prints
Lime green coat over floral outfit