Five Street Style Trends Spotted at NYFW

Phil Oh

Phil Oh

On the street, fashion’s most influential wears the season’s newest trends.

Welcome to fashion week season, where runways are aplenty and street style abounds. At New York Fashion Week, the industry’s most influential gathered to celebrate the full-fledged return of in-person showcases from established and emerging designers alike. In the true spirit of fashion week, the past five days have been a celebration of fashion’s shifting trends and perspectives.

Designers, models, and the rest of fashion’s elite including Kate Moss, Imaan Hammam, and the Amiaya twins, flocked to the city, eclectic garments reflecting the city’s buzzy energy. Below, see the biggest street style trends during New York Fashion Week.

Midriff Moment

Glory to the stomach-baring shirt—this fall favorite is the kind that fastens only up top. For a sweet-sexy ensemble, opt for a dainty ultra crop with ties, and accent with a printed bra. For a no-brainer take, simply turn to your closet for a piece you already own: a classic button-up, but this time, with just a single button fastened.

Double Layers

Maxi hemlines over pants? Yes please. This transitional sartorial hack is one that carries over from season to season. The streets saw iterations that played with monochrome themes, pleated textures, and elongated vertical stripes.

Slip Away

Unsurprisingly, fashion’s gravitation toward ’90s slip dresses endures. The slinky pared-back one-piece is a favorite among top models and personalities alike. Take cues from Hammam who pairs her plunging champagne number with a cream fur coat, or from Jenny Walton, whose exaggerated armholes are balanced by a full length.

Rainbow Island

Welcome to the place where everything is vibrant—the land of multicolor stripes and checks. Trust your neutrals to complement the bold patterns, or go wild with color blocking and contrasting layers for a deliciously vivid mix.

Print Parade

Long-sleeved sets get a funky renaissance, thanks to graphic pattern prints. Neutral skirt suits are classy enough for dinner and cheeky enough for disco, while silky pant sets are an ode to the ever-homey pajama, letting you carry a hint of cozy wherever you go.

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