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What goes with leopard? How about more leopard? Caroline Vreeland wore a leopard-print coat with leopard-print over-the-knee boots at the Cushnie et Ochs show. Over-the-knee boots were wildly popular this season among the fashion week crowd.
A beautifully styled look on Tina Leung at Palais du Tokyo this month in Paris. Love how she belted the cloak and paired it with over-the-knee boots. Bring on the fall weather!
The simple elegance of a white dress always works, as seen on Celine Aagaard at the Tome show in NYC.
Trench coats are back in full force in a a variety of fabrics, especially plaids. This doesn’t mean you have to tone down what goes underneath, however: Elizabeth von Guttman wore hers with bright red track pants.
Sofa prints! Who knew they could be so chic? But they’re popping up everywhere, especially on lightweight floral coats for fall. Pair it with a velvet top and you’ve got a Victorian vibe going.
Crushed velvet on Olivia Palermo. This velvet thing is happening! It looks particularly good in saturated colors like this emerald green.
The welcome trend of wide-legged pants, which are so cool and breezy on hot summer days, does not seem to be going anywhere soon. A white silk jumpsuit with black accessories looks chic for the last days of summer.
Tropical prints are making a splash this summer, as seen on DJ Christine Renee at the Brooklyn Sunset Bash at 110 Kent last week. The Bakelite bracelet and colorful earrings are great finishing touches.
Alek Wek wore a crisp suit in all white by Michael Kors to the Whitney Museum Gala – a look that could also go from day to night.
A beautiful blue velvet belted suit on Deena Abdulaziz at the Dior couture show.
This trend’s got legs: pajama dressing has been around for a couple seasons now, but this fall the looks are more sophisticated, like this navy silk pajama set on Chiara Ferragni. We noticed many women dressing for evening shows and dinners in silk pajamas. The style has particular appeal because it’s so comfortable, which is the way women really want to dress now.