New York Fashion Week is the week for celebrity sightings, show filled gatherings and epic street style looks, but on the other hand it’s fundamental for setting the stage for all the forthcoming trends we can look forward to.
What’s more, trust us, a portion of these trends make them wish we could skip summer (yes!) and head straight into fall. From panther to feathers to shag coats, here’s what was trending at this year’s Fashion Week — these fads are sure to take over come autumn.
For a few people, leopard is a trend exclusively for fall. For other people, leopard isn’t only a trend- it’s a piece of their day by day closet. Designers like Nicole Miller, Ulla Johnson, Coach and Zimmerman conveyed the animal print to the runway this week in a variety of hues and textures.
- Gemstone Purples
We’re accustomed to seeing jewel-toned pieces (maroons, hunter greens) assume control over the runway for fall, yet these purples are moderately new for us. Michael Kors’ 70s-motivated show put the hue on our radar, as did Naeem Khan, Tadashi Shoji and Kate Spade.
Trust us, plumes will turn into a thing come fall. From little feathered details on dresses à la Prabal Gurung to volumized feathered eveningwear politeness of Marc Jacobs, these designers proved that adding a little movement to your outfit can never be a bad thing.
- Copper Tones
Copper is one of these colors that is complimenting on everybody. For us, the shade is universal for fall and was seen in basically each and every runway demonstrate this season. From body suits to work-proper blouses, here are the copper-influenced styles we’re shopping.
- Shag Jackets
Numerous accumulations this season were affected by vintage fashion of the 70s. And that means lots of teddy coats and shearling outerwear. These are some of our favorites, from oversized jackets to form-fitting coats.