nyfw trends

We saw lots of things we loved at NYFW, as expected, and we're sure we'll see more over the course of Fashion Month. Without further ado, let's begin with the shows & trends that kicked off this momentous month for us all... 


From Left to Right: Osklen, A Detacher, Frame, Colovos, Rosie Assoulin, Grey Jason Wu, Visvim, Jenni Kayne, Derek Lam


From soft beige to taupe, earth tones were seen in numerous collections. Crafted into looks through a single piece or mixed into the entire look, this trend is the perfect wardrobe refresh. Natural tones allow for an unfussy approach to sophistication, especially when coupled with natural fabrications such as linen. The overall vibe feels light and effortless, but don't be fooled, this trend is grounded at its core.




If you know us, then you know we are super into indigo vibes. And what's more American than blue denim? We are loving the way designers are mixing classic Americanism with cultures from around the world. One of our favorite looks has been Adam Lippes' use of vintage shibori-dyed textiles for a fitted midi skirt. Old West meet New World. 

From Left to Right: Re/Done, Derek Lam, Oscar de la Renta, Adam Lippes, Visvim, Co, Edun, Sea, Mara Hoffman, Adam Selman, Rachel Antonoff





Who needs hands? They're over-rated, (as are most body parts) which is why we're extra happy to see the oversized trend all over the runway. Our motto: if you can't beat 'em, then drown your body in ready-to-wear. 

Above: Claudia Li, (left to right:) Matthew Adams Dolan, Khaite, Victoria Beckham, The Row, Oscar de la Renta, BY. Bonnie Young, Michael Kors Collection, Juicy Couture



Let's cover the basics- it's all about yellow, red, and blue. Wear them alone, or pair them together. Designers are taking their color palettes to an elementary place, and we are loving the statement it makes. It's super bold and color confidant- nothing basic about that.

From Left to Right: Tome, Rosie Assouline, Mara Hoffman, Solace London, Mansur Gavriel, Fenty x Puma, Sies Marjan, Mara Hoffman, Maryam Nassir Zadeh, Rosie Assouline, Delpozo, Calvin Klein


From Right to Left: Sies Marjan, Tibi, Matthew Adams Dolan, Adam Lippes, Mara Hoffman, Oscar de la Renta, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Veronica Beard, Tome, A Detacher, Ji Oh,  Veronica Beard, Vaquera, 6397


What's not to take seriously about the suit situation at NYFW? We're seeing this trend be all buttoned-up, but designers are also experimenting here. Rules have left the building, especially when we're talking about shirting too. Who knew there was so much to be said and done with a white shirt?


We'd like to give a warm & hearty welcome back to belts. Over the seasons they've played a supporting role, but that has quickly changed on this year's runways. From simply cinched, to fanny packs as belts, we're excited to see this accessory take center stage. 

From Left to Right: Tibi, Sies Marjan, Solace London, Zimmerman, Jill Stuart, Colovos, Coach, Marc Jacobs