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The stars align at this time of year, when glittery spring benefit parties intersect with longer daylight hours, allowing us to see some eveningwear trends on the street. At the Whitney Gala and Studio party last night, which raised $5.1M for the museum, artist Cleo Wade wore a long slouchy, long sleeved dress with chunky white heels. The covered-up trend continues, even in eveningwear.
A look in green silk with florals at the Gucci show – beautifully put together, especially the scarf tied at the wrist.
Mix and match: Samantha Angelo of the Eye Travels tied a Saint Pablo tee by Kanye West around a Prada skirt. That’s Kim K. playing “bikini tennis” in the photo.
Love the roomy cut of designer Vika Gazinskaya’s skirt and top, as seen at the Chalayan show in Paris. Comfort is key for fall/winter 2016.
Forest green and Prince of Wales plaid are classics for fall, but the style is new on Natasha Goldenberg at the Carven show in Paris. Look for more – much more! – of the broad shoulder cut of this jacket and midi length of the skirt – they were all over the runways for spring.
One of my favorite looks on Leaf Greener at couture week FW2016: a gorgeous green ruffled top and big dangly earrings. The ikat-print heels are an unexpected touch that work really well.
No looking back: Anya Ziourova wore 3.1 Phillip Lim to the forward-thinking designer’s September show in NYC.
Clothes that work for the office don’t have to be dowdy. At the Cedric Charlier show in Paris, Darja Barannik combined a midi skirt and jacket with heels and a crossbody chain bag for a look that’s both professional and fashionable – in Gucci green and red colors.
It’s that time of year again: time to bare your legs after a winter spent in hiding. Make the transition easier with mid-calf boots and a great jacket, as Irene Kim did at the Chloe show. We are seeing a lot of varsity and bomber jackets for spring, especially in this military green color. Kim was also ahead of the curve with her ombre hair.
Gucci again made waves in the fashion industry by announcing they would show both menswear and womenswear with one show starting in 2017. (Let’s hope it falls during women’s fashion week.) Outside the fall 2016 show, Bryanboy sported Alessandro Michele’s boundary-pushing designs for the label. It may be pajama dressing, but it sure looks luxe.
I always look back to the winter shows in NYC some fashion inspiration at this time of year. Despite the chilly temps, Nausheen Shah looked perfectly turned out at the Creatures of the Wind show in an oversize coat, cowl neck sweater, wide brim hat and cuffed jeans.
This drab green color made a big impact in menswear this summer, and we can expect to see more of it on the streets come September. It telegraphs “back to work” – but when mixed with an unexpected baby blue crop top on Hanneli Mustaparta, it’s not all work and no play.
More military green, this time on Ece Sukan at the Sacai show. The way she’s styled this look, with a long coat over a miniskirt and knee-high boots, is perfect for transitional spring weather. It would also work with a trench.
Believe it or not, Easter is around the corner. Angelica Ardasheva of Angy’s Tea Room wore a cute combination of a yellow coat and green and yellow floral dress, both by Zara, that would be perfect for Easter. Worst case scenario: you can even wear an outfit like this with pale tights. And an umbrella!