New York Fashion Week FW19 Street Style Is Saturated With Patterns
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Second Set: New York’s Fashion Week hustle rolls on, with attendees gamely channeling their fiercest looks. Even with the men’s shows end, male attendees keep the standards high, elevating oversized styling with branding from luxe labels.
As bright colors continue to crop up on the streets, Fashion Week’s finest undercut the severity of sunny yellow and screaming orange with patterns that range from tasteful to tenacious. Windowpane and plaid layers upgrade winter layers with a visual punch to match the neon layers, complemented by similarly-accented accessories. Of course, logos are still very much of-the-moment, though 2018’s logomania has given way to comparatively-mild graphics, with attendees preferring legible, bold-face branding from Balenciaga or Gucci over the overly-layered logos of past seasons.
From First Set: Fashion Month rolls on. With Paris and Copenhagen Fashion Weeks completed, the industry spotlight turns to New York. As the shows begin, editors, bloggers, stylists, artists and photographers all descend upon City That Never Sleeps to solidify the key trends of the season.
If nothing else, the current taste of insiders hews toward bright colors, with brazen solid tones dominating many of the looks. Alongside screamingly loud neon yellow, unapologetic orange appears consistently, whether its courtesy of Off-White™ x Nike Blazers, a CALVIN KLEIN jacket or Prada handbag. Logos are still very much of-the-moment, though 2018’s logomania has given way to a preference for playful patterns and distinctive branding, with attendees preferring legible, bold-face branding from Balenciaga or Gucci.
View the candid imagery above to see what’s going down on the streets of New York.
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