A luxe shearling coat and silk bandana scarf on Lauren Santo Domingo at Calvin Klein.
If you’re going to have to wear a winter coat well into March, at least make it a big pink one, as Helena Bordon did at Carolina Herrera. This Pepto Bismol pink shade kept popping up on guests at the shows during Fashion Month.
Who knew that hoodies would have such a practical use during this past Fashion Month? They were spotted everywhere on the fashion crowd whenever the weather took a turn for the worse. For model Kristy K, a hoodie was more durable than an umbrella in the wind and snow.
Despite a significant snowstorm on the first day of New York Fashion Week this February, guests still headed out to the shows. Above, an orange coat and statement earrings outside the Desigual show.
Paris Warren handled the snow last week with a fur coat thrown over a white shirt with tassels, still stylish despite the weather.
One for the New York Times last week: Jian DeLeon headed out into a snow storm to get to the menswear shows. A baseball cap is actually a great idea for shielding the snow.
Leave it to mix master Veronika Heilbrunner to combine a Fendi coat with a Metallica tee, as seen here at the Chanel couture show.
Leopard-print pants mixed with a fur-trimmed jacket give a feline spin to this look on Giorgia Tordini at the Chanel couture show. The thing that takes it to the next level is the white shoes and bag in winter – a daring choice that really works.
Tina Leung wore a great combination of a Raf Simons puffer over a Courreges black and white jacket to Paris couture week. Her hair and makeup are Dior.
A classic black-and-white Chanel look spotted outside the couture show, complete with some major accessories.
Just when we were getting used to the wide-legged pants silhouette, it seems to be moving back in the other direction. Spotted on several influential guests at the Paris shows, including stylist Barbara Martello, were big puffer jackets like this one by Carmen March with skinny pants or even stirrup leggings like these.