Despite what feels like one of the hottest New York Fashion Weeks on record, there’s no denying things are off to a strong start. A quick recap thus far: Stuart Vevers celebrated his 10-year anniversary at Coach with a celebrity-filled show and dinner (J.Lo! Anna Wintour! Lola Tung!). Buci took over the picture-perfect Prospect Park Boathouse for its phenomenal runway debut. Peter Do presented his first collection as creative director of Helmut Lang, and, of course, it focused in on incredible tailoring. This season’s attendees aren’t holding back in the sartorial department, either, as exhibited by the NYFW Spring/Summer 2024 street style. Because no, not even a heatwave could prevent the fashion crowd from churning out their coolest lewks.
Given the aforementioned scorching temperatures, flowy, light-as-a-feather dresses seems to be a popular choice for the style set. One of TZR’s favorite numbers so far? Street style star Chloe King’s print-heavy asymmetric look. In terms of accessories, ALAÏA beloved studded ballet flats are, to no one’s surprise, out in full force. (I, for one, already spotted a pair at Collina Strada.) All in all, attendees are serving up endless outfit inspiration in the Big Apple.
Without further ado, keep scrolling for the best street style outfits captured by photographer Darrel Hunter. Reminder: Check back on this post until the last day of NYFW on Sept. 13, as TZR will update the gallery daily.
Alana Hadid, who made her runway debut at Elena Velez, was snapped outside the Puppets & Puppets show in the brand’s cheery orange floral dress.
This fall, try trading in your black tights for a bow-adorned pair. They’re practical and pretty in equal measure.
Chunky loafers and printed socks quiet down a loud sequin dress, as illustrated by this guest.
Surprise! Puppets & Puppets’ viral cookie bag was seen everywhere in New York.
Camo pants are practically always en vogue, so consider adding a cool pair to your fall wardrobe.
Did you hold onto your Nike Shox from the early aughts? If yes, you may want to pull them back out, as fashion girls are reviving the sneakers.
Colorful striped knit + flashy metallic skirt = a need-to-try combo.
Tiffany Reid, BDG’s senior vice president of fashion, beat the heat in loose separates, including a relaxed white button-down and slouchy denim.
Statement earrings are on the rise — peek at the street style this week for evidence. This silver heart-shaped style looks so romantic alongside a see-through lace top.
When it’s too hot to wear pants, a breezy maxi with side cutouts is your best bet. This showgoer styled her number with walking-friendly slide-on sandals.
Raise your spirits with the help of a feel-good floral maxi dress. Bonus points if you throw a printed flat and playful tote into the look, too.
When you have a fashion show at noon and a birthday gathering 2 p.m.? Loewe’s ballon-covered heels are the move.
Minimalists will be happy to hear that gray outfits are still enjoying a moment in the spotlight. Add intrigue to the subdued look by opting for two different neutral shades.
Punctuate a black-and-white color look with striking blue mules, as demonstrated by this guest.
There’s no need to retire your summery floral dresses quite yet, at least not according to Shopbop’s Fashion Director Caroline Maguire. Follow her lead and transition the print into the colder months by layering your lively number atop a tee or turtleneck.
Don’t overlook the power of hair ribbons. ICYMI: The romantic look is taking over the runways and streets (meaning, expect to see it flood your Instagram feed in no time).
The Cut’s Fashion Director Jessica Willis wore a see-through polka dot Miu Miu skirt with ALAÏA’s cult-favorite mesh ballet flats.
Sherri McMullen, the founder of McMullen Boutique in Oakland, hit the shows in a Diotima crochet tee and cream trousers.
Instagram’s Eva Chen stepped out in Prada’s Fall/Winter 2023 white leather pumps.
Vogue’s Executive Fashion & Beauty Director Lisa Aiken proved that poplin pajama pants are, in fact, appropriate for the outdoors. The style expert zhuzhed up her cozy bottoms with the help of a white blazer and coordinating heels.
Stylist Solange Franklin and The Cut’s Fashion & Beauty Writer Asia Milia hit the shows together in neutral looks.
This attendee wore Area’s embellished butterfly top with a pair of equally as glitzy earrings.
Influencer Maria Alia made the case for a statement belt. Her accent looked so chic alongside a silver stud-adorned handbag.
This is your cue to snag Jacquemus’ oversized croissant earrings before they blow up.
Influencer Vanessa Hong attended the Area show in an elevated black outfit and strappy thong sandals.
Another pair of Alaïa’s studded ballet flats seen on the streets! This showgoer styled hers with a ruffled gray dress.
In case you missed it, acid wash is back in the fashion zeitgeist. Are you on board with the style’s resurgence? Try the look in a matching green set, as seen above.
Spotted: Loewe’s balloon heel pumps. If you own the statement shoes, consider pairing yours with a playful denim maxi skirt, too.
Freelance fashion writer Cortne Bonilla honed in on elevated neutrals.
Here’s a fun styling idea to try this fall: Team two fuzzy accents for maximum coziness.
Why wear just one silver statement earring when you can rock three? This attendee’s jewelry game was next-level cool.
Who What Wear’s Eliza Huber gave the peplum comeback her stamp of approval. Allow the editor’s sophisticated look to be your blueprint for pulling off the early aughts-inspired style.
Silver accents are having a moment in New York. We love how this guest wore her flashy bag with subdued gray separates.
Babba Rivera arrived at Bevza in a sleek black-and-white look. Take styling cues from the Ceremonia founder and transition your white maxi skirt into fall with toasty knitwear and leather boots.
Tibi’s editor-favorite pouch-adorned shoes made an appearance on the streets. This attendee wore hers with tomato-red socks.
Elle’s Jade Young Vallario’s punchy orange and electric blue mash-up is worth bookmarking this season.
Want to amp up a pared-back outfit? Simply throw a chunky belt atop your blouse.
As evidenced by this fashion girl, marrying two eye-grabbing textures is a surefire way to command attention.
You know it’s NYFW when a pair of Maison Margiela’s coveted Tabi shoes hit the streets (the silhouette is having a moment right now.) This guest wore her heels with understated separates, including a midriff-baring top and denim midi skirt.
Take it from the fashion set: Toting around two bags is not only practical, but it’s also chic.
If this season’s street style is any indication, the socks and heels duo is sure to be the look du jour this fall.
It’s true: ALAÏA’s flats are ruling the streets this season. This guest coordinated her shoes with a silver bag.
Never one to shy away from a bold fashion moment, King took pattern mixing to a whole new level. Here, she paired a multi-printed dress with a colorful silk scarf.
Yes, you can leave your top at home, thanks to the bra as going-out clothing trend. The look reads less sultry when styled with slouchy trousers, as proven by Blanc Magazine’s Fashion Director Gabby Prescod.
The more prints, the merrier, according to this attendee. A black-and-white fuzzy handbag gave her look a polished feel. Silver accent
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