New York Street Chic
“Dressing down” does not have to mean wearing athleisure gear from head to toe, especially in New York City. This woman in Astor Place looked comfortable but chic in a open bouclé coat over a cool tee, pink knit hat, torn jeans and ankle boots.
Winter may be upon us, but that hasn’t stopped New Yorkers from dressing up in the morning. In downtown Manhattan, a woman mixed a fringe bag with black and nude brick motif tights and combat boots.
Winter is coming to New York City, but that hasn’t deterred people from biking around town. A man wore a hat, scarf and gloves as he biked through Astor Place one morning.
This woman was one of many wearing all black on the streets of New York today, the day after the 2016 election. Hot pants may be unusual in November, but the heart-shaped sunglasses should be a tip off: she is wearing an almost exact replica of the look of Darlene in Mr. Robot, the TV show about a dystopian future in which hackers band together under a group called “F Society.”
In the press: a whole slideshow of photos I took for the New York Times Styles section for the Governors Ball. There were a few cool looks among the sea of jorts, notably this one on Jessica Louise Dye, who coordinated a bunch of balloons with her outfit. Fun and extremely practical for the friends trying to find each other at this huge music festival.
J. Crew’s Jenna Lyons mixed a white tee with a cream colored blazer, cream colored jeans and gold jewelry for a relaxed but sophisticated look on a hot day at Prabal Gurung’s show.
This week I shot street style photos at the Kingpins Show, a denim trade show, for Team Peter Stigter in New York. It was a cool experience, and you can see all the photos on the Kingpins Facebook page. From the myriad denim swatches hanging inside to the jeans on the guests, there were so many looks that underscored the ubiquity of denim today. Where would we be without Levi Strauss? On Washington Street, construction workers labored in stone washed jeans while a girl whizzed by in shredded jeans and Converse sneakers.
A great menswear look outside the Stella McCartney show. The white linen suit is a classic, but the Birkenstock-esque sandals bring it up to the present moment.
Loved this very Parisian mix of a sheer black ruffled dress and lace socks with a black biker jacket and deep red lipstick outside the Gucci resort show.
These shoes were made for running! Stylist Charlotte Stockdale dashed into the Gucci resort show in white Dior sneakers, batik print coat, and plenty of charm(s).
Model Soo Joo Park wore an embroidered jacket by Stella McCartney to the resort show in New York. Embroidered floral motifs have been big on the runways recently – both in womenswear and men’s. Also: love her new hair color!
One thing that’s needed during this June weather when it might rain at any time: Vigilance! Model Binx Walton slung a Proenza Schouler bag over an awesome jacket by Parisian brand ASSK after the Gucci show in New York. Front view, after the jump. (more…)
Another colorful cohort from Teen Vogue: Marina Larroude wore a great purple print dress to the Stella McCartney show.
Teen Vogue‘s Amy Astley wore Celine to the Stella McCartney show in New York recently. The zig zag knit pieces from this collection have been super popular with the fashion set – warm enough for freezing office A/C, breathable enough for summer parties after work, and stylish all the time.
A good example of how the 70s are coming back in a way that’s quirky but not at all cheesy. Those glasses!
Update: This is designer Jennifer Fisher of Jennifer Fisher Jewelry!