The Top 6 Trends Of Fall 2015: NYFW Edition
New York Fashion Week is enough to make even the most dedicated fashion girl’s head spin (seriously, there’s an average of 30 shows a day). Thankfully we did the heavy lifting for you and rounded up the key trends from the top runways. Next stop: London Fashion Week.
Photos: Getty Images for Edun, Proenza Schouler, Protagonist
Photos: Alexander Wang, Proenza Schouler & 3.1 Phillip Lim
Somewhere between Alexander Wang's army of darkness, Proenza Schouler's warrior women and Phillip Lim's leather-and-plaid clad girls, it became readily apparent that punk is seriously hot for Fall 2015. It's a little more polished and luxurious this time around though: think rounded studs, sleek grommets and chunky footwear.
Photos: Brock Collection, Protagonist, The Row
Next season you'll want to trade in your colorful wool coat for a leather topper. Try a buttery brown or black to add a sharp modernity to everyday attire.
Photos: Getty Images for Jill Stuart, Thakoon, Rachel Zoe
Clearly turtlenecks are a fashion girl's secret weapon when the temps start to plummet (just take a gander at the street-style blogs from NYFW), but have you tried layering one under a V-neck minidress yet? Well it's time to start, according to Thakoon, Jill Stuart and our very own Rachel Zoe.
Photos: Altuzarra, Rodarte, Prabal Gurung
There wasn't an abundance of flashy, skin-bearing styles on the runways for next season (perhaps a response to the arctic temperatures of late), but that doesn't mean the catwalks lacked glamour. Whether in the form of lurex knits or intricate glass beading, the future of evening wear looks decidedly shimmery.
Photos: Ralph Lauren, Donna Karan, Coach
We've been cozying up in our shearling coats for months now, so we were overjoyed to see the trend continue into Fall '15. Of course the fashion world wouldn't be content with rote repetition, so these new versions include floor-length styles, icy color palettes and obi-belt ties.
Photos: Calvin Klein, Edun, Victoria Beckham
Seen adorning everything from trousers to trenches, the oversize button trend is cute as a—you get the point.