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A flowy floral kimono is the perfect topper on cool late summer days, as seen on photographer and blogger Tamu McPherson of All the Pretty Birds at the Altuzarra show in NYC.
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.
Photographer and blogger Candice Lake wore a pretty combination of a long suede coat and long white tulle ruffled skirt with boots at the Moncler Gamme Rouge show in Paris. No matter how edgy and dark fashion (and fashion photography) can get – romance is not dead!
Loved this palm tree print jacket on Phil Oh at Chanel haute couture. Jackets are the perfect canvas for the intricate prints in fashion now in menswear and womenswear alike – worth noting for fall.
I have to keep reminding myself that as a street style photographer, it is possible to look good in bad weather during fashion week. It is possible it is possible it is possible… Case in point: the ever-dapper Karl-Edwin Guerre of Guerrisms seen here on a miserably wet day outside the Etro show in Milan.
Fashion people, take heart and use your clothes as beautiful armor against this snowy weather. I know I will when I hit the streets for New York Fashion Week – starting tomorrow!
A great coat goes a long way towards keeping you in style and warm, like this graphic black and white print coat on street style photographer Tamu McPherson of All the Pretty Birds.
This look is all about the mix – love how she fearlessly pairs lilac suede booties with a green print tee over an orange and white striped dress. It’s a new way of layering that really works for summer.
Photographer Candice Lake proved that there’s no reason to slack on style just because of the weather, donning a fur hat, Hockley London shearling coat, leather pants and rugged but chic snow boots for the Lacoste show on the morning after blizzard Nemo.
Fellow street-style photog Karl-Edwin Guerre of Guerrisms is a snappy but practical dresser throughout all the fashion weeks. On a slushy day outside the DKNY show, he layered bright down jackets and wore L.L. Bean boot-type shoes. The retro Bean boot has been a big hit among the fashion crowd this season, partly thanks to the weather!
Photographer (and ex-model – can you tell?!) Candice Lake sported this great 3.1 Phillip Lim I [Heart] Nueva York tee to the Donna Karan show at NY Fashion Week. It’s especially cute paired with printed jeans and a red hat. The fur coat is Hockley London.
When dressing for NY Fashion Week, it’s important for us street style photographers to remember that we must spend a lot of time outside, not just dashing from the warmth of a chauffeured car to a fashion show. Therefore I am much more likely to take cues from stylish photogs like Garance Doré, who always mixes high fashion with a good dose of practicality, as with this fur-lined military parka. The pink lipstick is a nice girly touch.
Photographer Candice Lake lightened up a winter look with a shearling coat in pale green and cream. The bright floppy hat is the perfect topper.
Like this photographer outside the Chanel show, I just want to swathe myself in plaid and corduroy at this time of year. Love the French Aigle boots, too.