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Today is the first (official) day of New York Fashion Week – time to hit the pavement!
The Doors bag and two-tone heels are not that far from a lunch box and saddle shoes. Back-to-school accessories will gear you up for fall.
Bright red is on track to become one of the big trends this fall, a color seen on model Marjan Jonkman last September. It looks especially sharp with black and white pinstripes. She was also ahead of the curve on ribbed sweaters, which are making a comeback.
An off-the-shoulder dress is a sweet and sexy look that also works for daytime. Leave it to Yasmin to pull it off!
Model Teddy Quinlivan vamped it up after the Jason Wu show in a vintage-inspired look that included a pencil skirt and custom Peels uniform shirt for “Theodora.” Love it.
You can always tell when models appreciate the runway makeup because, like Mali Koopman after the Jason Wu show, they leave it on when leaving the show instead of taking it off for the next one. A nude face and red lip are a good bet for summer beauty: simple but sophisticated.
Streetwear is making major inroads into high fashion – but within this development lies a major possibility for error. Unless you’re still actually in gym class, you probably don’t want to go for a head-to-toe streetwear look. Here is one way to wear the chunky, oversize sweatshirts that are already appearing in stores for fall. A guest at NY Fashion Week mixed hers with a long tiered skirt, heels, patent leather bag and a headscarf for a perfectly polished outfit that was also on trend.
A straw hat and bright yellow tunic over jeans and mules made for a great transitional look at NY Fashion Week in September.
A cool look to ring in the fall, complete with a cinched military vest and leopard print clutch.
Nice end-of-summer looks on Alice Barbier and J.S. Roquer of J’aime Tout Chez Toi.
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.
An Instagram for the New York Times: Jenna Lyons, Leandra Medine and Courtney Crangi hammed it up after the J. Crew presentation last September. It’s hard to imagine the brand without Jenna Lyons. Her personal style has made quite an impact on the fashion industry and on street style. We’ll see where she lands!
A beautiful blue velvet belted suit on Deena Abdulaziz at the Dior couture show.
Leave it to mix master Veronika Heilbrunner to combine a Fendi coat with a Metallica tee, as seen here at the Chanel couture show.
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.