4 Off-Duty Street Style Trends from New York Fashion Week
In spite of the deep freeze that was NYFW, chic onlookers displayed a street style that was all yellow – yes, that’s a Coldplay reference. The unexpected-yet-refreshing color was a complete contrast with the chilly conditions outside of Lincoln Center and other shows, and was a true exhibit of how the fashion community believes the (fashion) show must go on no matter the temperature.
2. Polished Punk
Move over, Kendall Jenner. Gigi Hadid’s model-off-duty style from last week’s NYFW is unbeatable. Each outfit was a mash-up of the hottest trends worn in an effortlessly chic way. Between walking in some of the biggest shows of the week, the young supermodel sported a range of outfits that perfected the polished punk aesthetic while still being luxurious. Hadid rocked rounded studs, chunky footwear, and spiked up black leather that stole the street style show by a landslide.
3. Bulk Season
Artful layering is amongst the biggest street style trends from NYFW. With temperatures approaching sub-zero for the majority of the week, many fashionistas decided to bundle up with some of their favorite winter pieces, which is more than relatable sitting in snowy Syracuse. Not only did these chic fashion week goers layer up, they did so with monochromatic colors, differing textures, and bold, printed accessories. Each factor of this un-escapable trend captures an essence of this winter’s key looks.
4. Winter Whites Reinvented
Winter whites may not be a brand new concept, but they swept as far as popular looks go. The beauty of pulling off the all white look is that you have to reinvent it for yourself, and that’s exactly what happened on the streets during NYFW. The look was adapted to 2015 and what’s trending now. So many women were able to put their own twist on it while still remaining traditional and true to the style. Much like history, fashion repeats itself and this trend is hard evidence of that.