Fashion Month Street Style Round Up

Fashion month is officially off! So, we cannot miss the opportunity to gather in one place our favorite mix and matches from this year fashion weeks street wear. Also, some of the most memorable moments from SS18’s catwalk shows from our favorite designers. We start the tour in chronological order from New York, continuing with London, Milan, and closing with Paris.

NYFW

When we think of NY and New Yorkers style approach we definitely imagine edgy vibes, a lot of deconstructed pieces, mix and match, comfortable choices, yet extremely chic.

It is very clear that neither this season the street style was not outdone. This year’s theme was for sure ‘wintry forecast’ so the NYFW showgoers had to mix and match enough not to freeze, that means the show was more spectacular considering that the mixes and matches & layering were more complex.

This season, NYFW talked about the latest tricks on how to layer up on coats, how to create a cool outfit around a puffer jacket, and other styling ideas we’ll definitely be inspired by over the next few months. Ahead, check out some of the best street wear ideas for this cold season and ofc for Fall 2018. Fluffy coats, puffer jackets merged with deux pieces, caps, long trench coats, eye-catching boots and of course edgy sunglasses were the ingredients for the major winter styling for NYFW 2018.

We all know that sunglasses are a main accessory to perfectly customize and give that personal touch for the outfit. That is why we invite you to view our curated selection of fashionable sunglasses, perfectly suited for a fashion week street style session.

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THE ROW

The models were flowing throug 13 Isamu Noguchi sculptures with a not so seen serenity during New York Fashion Week, and even less spotted on the mean streets. There were a delightful scenery of the monochrome suiting, black and nude turtlenecks and tapered ball skirt. A perfect coronation of modern elegance.

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KAREN WALKER

“We’re thinking about seasons from a very global perspective, not by what the weather is like [any one place in particular],” she says. “This could be worn in 110 degrees in Singapore at 100 percent humidity, or it might be worn in minus 10 degrees in London, so we just go, ‘Let’s make something new and cool’, tells Karen Walker for Runway magazine.

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3.1 PHILLIP LIM

Mixing global nomad spirit with wearable fabrics and discarded materials results a sense of wanderlust. The collection kicked off with a series of cozy color-blocked skinny knits in pleasing pastel shades. “I remember my mother making clothes from scraps of fabric,” said the designer backstage at his show. “I think that idea of turning discarded materials into something beautiful really speaks to the immigrant experience.

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LFW

The highlight of LFW was definitely the surprise visit of the Queen. Her Majesty was the coolest surprise guest which any designer would have killed for. Richard Quinn’s show, the last of London fashion week and his second ever, was definitely one that will be forever remembered. As she entered the room, the audience stood up to greet the monarch and rapidly raised the phones to immortalize the moment.

Obviously, the Queen sat front row, with a special cushion placed on her seat. Queen Elizabeth sat beside Vogue’s editor-in-chief, Anna Wintour and her dressmaker, Angela Kelly.

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Queen Elizabeth II at LFW

An here some of the finest street style moments:

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VICTORIA BECKHAM

Behind her signature dark sunglasses, Victoria Beckham has a wicked sense of humor. The “Fashion Stole My Smile” t-shirts collection of last season were definitely bestsellers , so Victoria followed a new statement slogan series of T-shirts: “It’s a Dark But Happy Place”. “They’re actually see-now-buy-now,” said Beckham, who was wearing one of the tops at the Victoria Victoria Beckham presentation at Mark’s Club in London.

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MFW

We now stop in the Italian fashion capital: Milan. We take some time to commemorate our favorite street style looks from the city of sparkly jackets and embellished loafers. Glamour, perfectly dosed colors, prints and a lot of very fashionable sunglasses and accessories. This is what MFW speaks about.

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NO.21

Alessandro Dell’Acqua started with some cool accessories, including a majorette cap, gloves and sequins, everything wrapped up in a parka. Then he moved on some latex details, keeping the hood vibes. And of course the gorgeous signature cow print did not miss.

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PFW

The final stop for the extravaganza month is in the irreplaceable Paris. The fashion month closes in style with some impecable outfits from PFW. Despite the subzero temperatures, the showgoers really succeeded to create the perfect fashionable layering.

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THOM BROWNE

The set up for Thom Browne’s show was a inspired by an art studio. Thom Browne imagined Vigée Le Brun painting a vision of what she wanted to be in the 21st century.” The artist was known for being Marie Antoinette’s official portrait painter.

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photo credits: vogue.com, runway.com, theguradian.com, hypebeast.com, elle.com, glamour.com, thecut.com, fashionista.com


Originally published at sunchasers.