NYFW Street Style SS16| Back to New York Fashion Week Outfit Inspo


Nothing like some NYFW street style outfit inspiration on a warm Fall day. The fashion crowd has moved temporarily to New York for the Spring Summer 2016 shows and they are showcasing their unique or not always so unique sense of style.


New York Fashion Week SS2016 Street Style


For some reason every year around this time, I really enjoy scrolling through all the New York Fashion Week street style reports. Maybe because I am more interested in what I will wear this winter rather than what American designers are showing for next summer.

That said, I did see the amazing video of the Givenchy fashion show. I had to see what the French power house was showing for the first time in New York City and not in Paris. OMG! Those amazing black and white silks and laces.

Creative director Riccardo Tisci collaborated with great artist and good friend Marina Abramovic for his NY depute.

Working with friend and artist Marina Abramović, this was a fashion show on a grand conceptual scale. The huge set consisted of recycled metal panels nailed together, and featured several live performance art set-ups, including a woman standing under a stream of running water and a man holding tree branches, as a symbol of “support and life force”.



Givenchy Spring Summer 2016 Fashion Show Video




Anyway, I chose the best and I will tell you why I love each outfit. The best way to refresh your wardrobe is by finding new ways to wear what you have and adding a few key pieces. Spotting the outfit game changers is challenging.

What is fresh, trendy and stylish for Fall Winter 2015-16? What is worth investing in? Watch the editors, models, celebrities and bloggers pose on the sidewalks before you head over to clean your closet.


NYFW street style Block heel boots

1. 70s style block heel snake round toe boots

Danae embossed leather Isabel Marant boots

or

forget the snake effect and go this tan suede block heel boots

NYFW street style belt bag

2. Go for a belt bag instead of a waist belt

Red belt bag by Elisabeth and James

not that I would say no to a Chanel pre-owned

Amanda Weiner YSL Tom Ford bag

3. Wear iconic vintage bags

Love how Senior Accessories Editor at Harper’s Bazaar, Amanda Weiner wears her vintage YSL by Tom Ford bag with a maxi dress and a leather jacket.

Shop vintage bags at Vestiaire Collective.

As unbelievable as it sounds you can get the iconic Mombasa for 169 euro!

Sarah Rutson asymmetric top

4. An asymmetrical top and wide pants… so elegant!

Sarah Rutson, vice president of global buying at Net-A-Porter looks effortlessly chic.

I am sure you have something similar in your wardrobe.

Pernille Teisbaek maxi dress

5. Maxi dress and block heel Céline shoes.

Super stylish blogger Pernille Teisbaek rocks simplicity. Twice!

Pernille Teisbaek  Vetements  jeans

 5. Vetements Jeans or similar Patchwork high-rise straight-leg jeans

“We feel it’s inevitable and crucial to create contemporary clothing,” says Demna Gvasalia, the Creative Director of Paris design collective Vetements.

Ok! I get that but why is it soo expensive??

Anyway, I know what my next DIY will be… I am cutting my old mom jeans hems this way.

Victorian blouse Fall Winter 2015, street style

6. Victorian Blouses

Totally in love with the delicate Victorian reinterpreted blouses.

I am loving the lace chiffon silk paneled blouse from Valentino and the Sacai crepe de chine amazing vintage inspired top.

everyday model outfits

7. A striped shirt

No, purchase needed… borrow from dad, boyfriend, brother… husband…

Kate Foley New York Fashion Week maxi dress

8. Pastels and Maxi florals

Maxi Florals

“I don’t like to implement any limitations when it comes to dressing; that would be way too dull,” stylist and creative consultant, Kate Foley once told the Coveteur.


SHOP NYFW STREET STYLE GAME CHANGERS





Images- Harpers Bazaar, PopSugar

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