What would you wear if you were invited to New York Fashion Week?


While NYFW sadly comes to end, there's a lot to chew on, especially when it comes to street style.

On the runways of NYFW, we saw an eclectic mix of both new and established brands switching it up. Our old favourite, Rodarte returned after three years in Paris, which had all of us sitting on the edge of our seats and they did not disappoint.

There were important fashion anniversaries as well; Ralph Lauren celebrated 50 years, Longchamp celebrated 70 years (they made their New York debut too) and Escada celebrated 40 years in the business.

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Off the runway however, the showgoers were killing it on the streets of NYC. Daring leopard print pieces, snakeskin boots, ethereal frocks and striking jumpsuits – were the weapons of choice this season.  

Browse through our favourite street style looks from NYFW below. 

Former editor in chief of Teen Vogue, Elaine Welteroth, was seen wearing a white Maggie Marilyn dress on the street. We stan. 

The snakeskin vibe was already a celebrity favourite and other showgoers also did their thing, opting for snakeskin tops, pants and footwear. 

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We also love a good print or floral dress for spring

We are seriously living for these looks...

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