The Best Street Style From New York Fashion Week Spring 2019
New York Fashion Week has begun and though things kicked off with temperatures in the nineties, it hasn't stopped show-goers (both editors and influencers alike) from breaking out their most lens-catching ensembles. While the runway is a great place to look out for trends to come, street style offers something different, what women who live and breathe fashion are excited to wear right now. Taking cues from the street style at New York Fashion Week, women are embracing bold colors, fun prints, and lots of volume.
Each city on the fashion calendar has its own distinct aesthetic, and in New York it's all about daring to break out of comfort zone. There's no neon too loud, no heel too high, and no such thing as over-accessorizing. Since many show-goers obsess the details when putting together a standout ensemble (and many borrow the buzziest clothes and accessories to do it), why let their effort go under-utilized, harness their creative juices for your own wardrobe. When
Outside of the same show, you might find a polished ensemble you can recreate for the office, or a trend-driven outfit you can keep in your back pocket for a special occasion. Just as predicted, beaded bags, bold colors, and romantic maxi dresses are all making a strong showing among the top trends to try — as are summery accessories like shell jewelry and statement sunglasses. Contemporary brands like Ganni and Staud are also fashion-crowd favorites, thanks in part to each brand's mastery of both eye-catching construction and color. And, though this season's street style looks will serve you well in the final days of warm weather, you can cherry-pick the pieces that will carry you into fall as well, just swap sandals for boots or throw a jacket on over that slip dress. Below, find an edit of the street style looks you need to see, and keep checking back as every day more will be added.
Stylist Rachael Wang wearing a shell necklace and lace-up sandals.
I was photographed in a matching Joostricot top and skirt, and Dear Frances mules outside of Collina Strada.
Fashion editor Lindsay Peoples Wagner of The Cut wearing a Jacquemus dress.
The Zoe Report's managing editor Lauren Caruso wearing A Piece Apart Leather Pants, A vintage blazer from The Break, and a Mango top; Alyssa Coscarelli of Refinery29 wearing an Anine Bing suit and Nicole Saldana shoes.
Courtney Trop, Molly Blutstein, and Reese Blutstein outside Collina Strada.
A show-goer in a tan top and high-waisted pants along with Doc Marten boots.
Chloe King, digital director of The Webster, carrying a Hayward bag.
Margaret Zhang carries a Chloé bag.
Stylist Shiona Turini in Prada heels and Nicole Chapoteau wearing a white Tibi skirt.
A model waits on the street outside of the Tory Burch show.
Off-White sunglasses and a pop of neon make this ensemble feel especially cool.
Anaa Saber in Adidas sneakers, carrying a Kara bag.
Instagram's Eva Chen wore a white tee and a leather skirt outside of Tory Burch.
Alyssa Coscarelli of Refinery29; The Zoe Report's managing editor Lauren Caruso wearing a Maison Margiela dress and carrying Hayward bags.
A showgoer mixes bold colors outside of Eckhaus Latta.
Caroline Issa in a floral dress and striped blazer.
Vogue.com Fashion News Director Chioma Nnadi in a printed maxi dress and flat sandals.
Sarah Harris in silver pants and Chanel sandals.
Oversize blazers and snakeskin boots make a fashion week appearance.
Nicky Deam styles a utility jumpsuit with a colorful Simon Miller bag.
French trendsetter Sabina Socol in tweed pants and a cropped sweater.
Model Dilone braves the rain in a trenchcoat and leather beret.
A blue suit and was the rainy day look of choice for Elaine Welteroth.
A showgoer mixes plaids with a Saks Potts top.
Yasmin Sewell layers a Chloé top over cropped jeans.
Wide-leg white pants make a statement paired with bright red heels.