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Phil Oh’s Best Street Style Photos From the New York Fashion Week Spring 2023 Shows

Phil Oh’s Best Street Style Photos From the New York Fashion Week Spring 2023 Shows

This season New York Fashion Week has brought in a worldwide crowd of stars thanks to a packed season that even includes shows from international designers like Fendi and Marni. New York is proving that the city still loves a Baguette bag, even 25 years later, and that the downtown crowd still loves a good mini skirt. Phil Oh is on the ground at the shows to capture the best-dressed models, actors, editors, stylists, and more. Scroll through his coverage below.
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Winnie Harlow, Imaan Hammam, Adwoa Aboah… All the Stars Seen at Fendi’s NYFW Show Celebrating 25 Years of the Baguette

Winnie Harlow, Imaan Hammam, Adwoa Aboah… All the Stars Seen at Fendi’s NYFW Show Celebrating 25 Years of the Baguette

Winnie Harlow, Imaan Hammam and Shay Mitchell at the Fendi show
New York Fashion Week had a star-studded beginning this season as some of the fashion industry’s biggest names arrived in the Big Apple for the Fendi show. Marking 25 years of the iconic Baguette created by Silvia Venturini Fendi, Kim Jones, the fashion house’s artistic director of womenswear collaborated with Marc Jacobs on a stunning collection that was “an interpretation and celebration” that is not only a wardrobe staple but also a pop culture icon.
Seated on the front row was Sarah Jessica Parker, the actor who famously said, “It’s not a bag, it’s a Baguette” as Carrie Bradshaw in Sex And The City, thus forever linking the arm candy to New York, and later, collaborated with Fendi on a pink sequin version. Dressed in a neutral-toned ensemble with a pop of color courtesy of the Baguette, Jessica Parker took her place next to Kim Kardashian, who arrived in a sparkly mesh dress. The reality TV star and entrepreneur, too, has a special relationship with the fashion house following the much-loved collaboration between her shapewear brand Skims and Fendi. Supermodel power was in full force at the show, with Kate Moss giving rocker chic style a spin in a strappy dress with black boots, alongside Grace Jones, Christy Turlington, Amber Valetta, Winnie Harlow, and Imaan Hammam.
Also in attendance were friends of the fashion house and stars from the entertainment world, including Stranger Things actor Natalia Dyer, Maude Apatow from Euphoria, The Marvellous Mrs Maisel‘s Rachel Brosnahan, and Academy Award winner Naomi Watts.

Below, see all the stars who got a first look at Fendi’s New York Fashion Week showcase.
Winnie Harlow and Kim Kardashian. Photo: Getty
Imaan Hammam. Photo: Getty
Karlie Kloss. Photo: Getty
Kate Moss. Photo: Getty
Adwoa Aboah. Photo: Getty
Amber Valletta and Sarah Jessica Parker. Photo: Getty
Winnie Harlow. Photo: Getty
Aimee Song. Photo: Getty
Daphne Guinness. Photo: Getty
Christy Turlington, Amber Valletta, Kate Moss, and Shalom Harlow. Photo: Getty
Law Roach. Photo: Getty
Lori Harvey. Photo: Getty
Naomi Watts. Photo: Getty
Natalia Dyer. Photo: Getty
LaLa Anthony, Kim Kardashian, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Naomi Watts. Photo: Getty
Nicholas Galitzine. Photo: Getty
Olivia Culpo. Photo: Getty
Sarah Jessica Parker. Photo: Getty
Sasha Meneghel. Photo: Getty
Shay Mitchell. Photo: Getty
Tommy and Dee Hilfiger. Photo: Getty
Kim Kardashian. Photo: Getty
Read Next: Exclusive: Fendi’s Kim Jones Talks About Celebrating 25 Years of the Baguette with Marc Jacobs in New York

The 17 Best Modest Looks from New York Fashion Week Fall 2022 Ready-to-Wear

The 17 Best Modest Looks from New York Fashion Week Fall 2022 Ready-to-Wear

The fall 2022 season of New York Fashion Week seemed to cover nearly every aspect of modest dressing. With comfort as the major underlying tone with most collections, as is the case with post-pandemic fashion, pieces came in demure and loose silhouettes. At Proenza Schouler, a head-covered Bella Hadid may have garnered the most attention, but there were also long skirts, dresses, and tailored suits. Brandon Maxwell offered various styling tips with its collection, which included full skirts paired with knitted sweaters, shirt dresses with jeans, and the star of them all: a blanket shawl that doubles as a cozy and stylish wrap.
Pushing boundaries with edgier looks, Eckhaus Latta sent pieces with fun fabrics and slits down the runway, including two looks that will speak to anyone who doesn’t associate modest with boring. Altuzarra‘s collection toed the line on fall fashion and featured an abundance of outerwear with shearling collars for extra warmth, long wool skirts, and the standout sequin dresses, one of which was paired with a peacoat. If post-COVID-19 style means fewer sweatpants and more dressing up to you, a few designers also presented their take on maximalist style this season. Cue Carolina Herrera’s Wes Gordon-created pieces for the woman who “want the wow from Herrera”. Think, playful and colorful designs combined with refined glamour in coat dresses, dramatic full sleeves, and other 60s style silhouettes. Naeem Khan took the sentiment a step further in stretch sequined dresses, and evening wear jumpsuits, as well as caped dresses.
Below, take a look at our edit of the best modest looks from New York Fashion Week Fall 2022 Ready-to-Wear.
Proenza Schouler
Brandon Maxwell
Eckhaus Latta
Altuzarra
Carolina Herrera
Tory Burch
Proenza Schouler
Eckhaus Latta
Brandon Maxwell
Altuzarra
Naeem Khan
Helmut Lang
Carolina Herrera
Michael Kors
Batsheva
Michael Kors
Naeem Khan
Read Next: The 23 Best Modest Looks from the Spring/Summer 2022 Couture Season

Faouzia Takes on Snowy NYC in a Purple Catsuit, Blue Coat, and Hot Pink Faux Fur Stole

Faouzia Takes on Snowy NYC in a Purple Catsuit, Blue Coat, and Hot Pink Faux Fur Stole

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There isn’t a better time and place to realize your style potential to the fullest than on the streets during a fashion week. Faouzia knows this, and recently, the Moroccan singer has been spotted taking her outfits to the next level while dashing between shows and fittings in New York. While the 21-year-old has always been within range of sporting covetable style, the cool girl factor of her ensembles has never been dialed up as high as it has now.

Styled by V Smith, Faouzia’s latest look saw her putting a winter-appropriate spin on hues one would normally associate with spring and summer. Grey, snowy NYC served as the perfect backdrop for her colorful outfit which consisted of a purple catsuit with a high neck and gloves by D. Haleter, topped with a long blue Annakiki coat, and paired with a statement hot pink faux fur stole by Adrienne Landau x Saulo Villela.

Faouzia’s recent looks have showcased her range in wearing everything from feminine, romantic dresses to slightly more masculine, oversized sets. For the Christian Cowan show, the ‘Minefields’ singer went bold with an all-leather outfit which included a black corseted dress with zip detailing, matching thigh-high stiletto boots, and a tailored animal print blazer with structured sleeves. Ahead of Valentine’s Day, Faouzia was also spotted in a girly Versace dress topped with a sleeveless lilac sweater and printed tights and kept warm in a cropped faux fur jacket in white to match her heels.

If these looks have brought out a style-forward side to the singer, there may be many more noteworthy looks to come from Faouzia.
Read Next: 35 of the Most Vibrant Street Style Photos From New York Fashion Week Fall 2022

35 of the Most Vibrant Street Style Photos From New York Fashion Week Fall 2022

35 of the Most Vibrant Street Style Photos From New York Fashion Week Fall 2022

Phil Oh is back in business at New York Fashion Week, capturing the best street style moments day and night. Expect lots of classic plaids and friendly neutrals when the sun is out, with feathers and faux furs taking over after dark. Scroll through his favorite photos here, and come back all month long as he makes his way around the fashion capitals of the world.
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Bella Hadid Kicks Off New York Fashion Week in a Look Worthy of a 21st-Century Jo Stockton

Bella Hadid Kicks Off New York Fashion Week in a Look Worthy of a 21st-Century Jo Stockton

And we’re off. New York Fashion Week finally got underway on February 11, with Proenza Schouler kickstarting proceedings in the light-filled exhibition space of the Brand Foundation in the East Village. There to model designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez’s latest elegant creations? Bella Hadid, making her way down the runway in a hooded peplum turtleneck. With a large gold brooch adorning her chest, the look felt distinctly Jo Stockton, but make it 2022.
That sense of downtown cool carried through the rest of the event, which featured a violin quintet performing an original composition by Eartheater, while attendees were gifted a story by novelist Ottessa Moshfegh titled, ‘Where Will We Go Next?’
If Bella embodied the Parsons grads’ vision fully on the catwalk, she reverted to her own distinctive style post-show. To exit the venue, the 25-year-old threw on a white T-shirt and oversized leather jacket, adding a splash of color with a vintage Chanel bag.
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The graffiti-covered canvas style dates from the French house’s spring/summer 2015 collection, which saw Karl Lagerfeld send an army of models down Boulevard Chanel toting feminist placards. “I don’t see why every human being is not on the same level,” he told Vogue of the collection at the time. “They’re all pieces everyone can play with. No ’60s, no ’70s… More mode de vie than mode.”

In addition to flower-power Chanel buttons, the shoulder bag also features the phrase, “Make fashion, not war.” Given the news out of the Kremlin this weekend, it’s a statement that could hardly feel more timely.
Originally published in Vogue.co.uk

25 Uplifting Spring 2022 Looks from New York Fashion Week

25 Uplifting Spring 2022 Looks from New York Fashion Week

Fashion week, in physical form, is officially back. Yes, the shows are smaller and masks remain a firm fixture but there are runways, audiences and new, no-holds-barred fashion that is generating the sort of excitement Covid-19 has been doing its best to quash. Color! Embellishment! Power prints! Couture-like draping! We’ve barely put a dent in a packed month-long schedule of shows and yet, New York has delivered hit after joyful hit of dreamy exuberance.
Unsurprisingly, declarations of reemergence and reconnection have manifested in collections that are anticipating a new normal filled with parties, alfresco adventures, and frivolous fun. Those Rodarte beaded fringe dresses in flamingo pink and lemon? Begging for an opportunity to shimmy and shake. Proenza Schouler’s searing neon shades? Poised and ready to brighten up a sidewalk near you. Carolina Herrera’s beautifully excessive gowns and cocktail dresses? Well, there’s no need to worry about the where and when – masterpieces like this bring a sense of occasion with them.
Yes, feel-good fashion has well and truly entered the zeitgeist and it’s invigorating. Will the coming weeks add minimalist tailoring and practical back-to-the-office suiting to the manifesto? Most likely. But for now, let us just revel in the magnificence – the exceptional craftsmanship – of fashion that promises nothing but sheer joy…
Read Next: Watch the New York, London, Milan, and Paris SS22 Shows Live Here

5 Headline Fashion Trends from NYFW FW21

5 Headline Fashion Trends from NYFW FW21

From architectural knitwear to the grandad tank and the rise of shirt suiting — this is your first look at next season’s must-know trends.
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Fall/winter 2021’s digital fashion month is now upon us and there’s plenty to be excited about. From a blockbuster collection by New York Fashion Week favourite Proenza Schouler to the wit and ingenuity of Collina Strada’s ‘morphing’ lookbook — the US fashion capital was abounding with new energy. Note the runway renditions of the grandad tank, architectural knitwear and resolutely laid-back shirt suiting: this is your recap of the standout trends straight out of New York.
The trend: new shapes in knitwear
Gabriela Hearst, Bevza, Ulla Johnson.

Where we’ve seen it:
Gabriela Hearst, Ulla Johnson, Bevza
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About that knitted dress that you’ve been living in this winter… it’ll still be a wardrobe mainstay this time next year, too. If you’re not already a convert to the cult of full-length sweater dressing, Ulla Johnson and Bevza’s ankle-grazing yarns should prove persuasive. Meanwhile, Gabriela Hearst just put a wholeheartedly artisanal spin on the WFH blanket wrap with an eco-attuned collection inspired by creative polymath Hildegard of Bingen, an 11th-century German saint who “believed in ‘green power’.”
The trend: shirt suiting
Proenza Schouler, Bevza, Gabriela Hearst.

Where we’ve seen it:
Proenza Schouler, Bevza, Gabriela Hearst
What you need to know:
Let’s rephrase this sub-head as ‘what you already know’, which is: none of us miss restrictive corporate dress codes in the form of rigid suiting. Easy-going tailoring that is resolutely laid-back arrived at NYFW in the form of shirt suiting. Flick through Proenza Schouler’s FW21 collection and you’ll see exactly why designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez are so beloved by Ella Emhoff, Meadow Walker, and nearly every fashion editor from Paris to Sydney. As Vogue’s Nicole Phelps puts it, “they haven’t lost touch with their cool kid bona fides” — which means plenty of zero-effort chic pieces that we want to wear now.
The trend: the grandad tank
PH5, Our Legacy, Bevza.

Where we’ve seen it:
PH5, Our Legacy, Bevza
What you need to know:
Instagram’s most-wanted wardrobe staple has undergone a NYFW refit, complete with fresh styling cues. Try neat flares, a crisp ’90s boy band shirt or side-split ribbed dress to tap the new New York attitude that encompasses everything from uptown polish (seen at Ukrainian label Bevza) to pillowy comfort (look to PH5).
The trend: pleats
3.1 Philip Lim, Bevza, Adam Lippes.

Where we’ve seen it:
3.1 Phillip Lim, Adam Lippes, Bevza
What you need to know:
I’m going to describe our renewed appreciation of pleated skirts in two words: Princess Diana. The royal’s style archive, (she wore a waist-sculpting belt and swishing, accordion-like midi with aplomb), still has plenty to teach us about timeless style. So, how are we wearing them now? With an elegantly oversized tie-front shirt (3.1 Phillip Lim), boxy polo (Adam Lippes) or thigh-skimming coat (Bevza).
The trend: grunge redux
DSquared2, Our Legacy, LRS.

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DSquared2, Our Legacy, LRS
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In spite of the mass commodification of the grunge ‘uniform’ in the ’90s, the clothes that the original Seattle bands wore on and off stage were a pretty regular rendition of the city’s style at the time — just, perhaps, a little off. If you’ve found yourself seeking out well-loved plaid shirting, genuinely frayed-edge denim and decade-old jersey T-shirts from the bottom of your drawer of late, you’re not alone. NYFW fall/winter 2021 delivered a celebration of the worn-in, worn out and beloved pieces we all own and gave them the finesse they deserve — and we’re here for it.
Read Next: All The Hair and Beauty Trends You Need to Know From New York Fashion Week FW21
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What to Expect from the FW21 Shows & How to WFH (Watch from Home)

What to Expect from the FW21 Shows & How to WFH (Watch from Home)

The Big Four capital cities are back for the first ready-to-wear season of the year — here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming fashion weeks.
Nora Attal for Chanel SS21 RTW. Photo: Lucioni – Oberraouch / Gorunway.com

What’s next for fashion weeks in 2021? Ready-to-wear, of course. After impressive displays of innovative filmmaking and set design, as well as star-studded casting at couture (Demi Moore and Kate and Lila Grace Moss’s Fendi moment springs to mind), the next run of presentations are sure to continue to entertain and inspire. And with the world still enduring an ongoing pandemic, this too will have to be enjoyed virtually in the comfort of one’s own home.
As Milan and Paris already showed menswear in January, their collections presented in February will be womenswear. London, as per its spring/summer 2021 format, has opted to showcase gender-neutral again. In a letter to its membership, chairman of the CFDA Tom Ford announced that the New York Fashion Week schedule is being renamed as ‘The American Collections Calendar’. “Wherever or however American designers choose to show their collections, it is our job as the CFDA to honour our original mission statement and to help promote and support American fashion,” says Ford.
So kick back and take your FROW position on the sofa. Here is Vogue’s guide to everything you need to know about the fall/winter 2021 shows in New York, London, Milan and Paris.
New York Fashion Week: February 2 to April 15
Along with their rebrand as The American Collections Calendar, New York labels have been given wriggle-room over when they can show, starting as early as February 2 (Sally Lapointe) up to April 15 (Jonathan Cohen).
The majority of brands will showcase collections between 14 and 17 February, with Jason Wu kicking off the week via a socially distanced runway show and, as per usual, Tom Ford closing, format TBC. Some moments not to miss include Rodarte, Collina Strada, LaQuan Smith and No Sesso. New York Men’s Day gets a moment on 15 February, with A. Potts, Ka Wa Key and Timo Weiland among those taking part. Notably absent again this season is Marc Jacobs.
London Fashion Week: February 19-23
Despite only a provisional schedule at the moment, the British Fashion Council (BFC) has announced that it will host 95 designers: 34 women’s, 22 men’s, 29 mix gendered and 10 accessories brands. Through their virtual platform Official LFW Digital Hub, collections will predominantly be presented in virtual format.
So far, only a handful of brands have confirmed — some notable names are Victoria Beckham, Simone Rocha, Molly Goddard, Bethany Williams, Bianca Saunders, Richard Quinn and Supriya Lele. Additional hub content can be enjoyed between showcases, including the BFC’s Fashion Forum podcast, designer diaries and Spotify playlist What Does Fashion Sound Like?.
Milan Fashion Week: February 23 to March 1
The Milan schedule is jam-packed this season: 61 shows, 57 presentations and presentations by appointment (15 of which are physical and 42 digital), plus six events — totalling a whopping 124 events.
From powerhouses Prada, Fendi, Moschino and Valentino, who’ve opted to show in the Italian-capital again, to independent labels Shuting Qiu, Act N°1 and Münn, there’s something for everyone. Once again, its digital platform will host other areas to explore, such as a room dedicated to spotlighting Italian students, as well as virtual showrooms for buyers.
Paris Fashion Week: March 1-9
What the Paris Fashion Week schedule will look like is yet to be revealed, but be sure to expect luxury giants such as Chanel, Dior and Louis Vuitton putting on jaw-dropping spectacles. But considering the Covid-19 restrictions currently in place in France, and the effects of the pandemic on small businesses, will independent designers have the capacity to do the same? Consider it TBC for now.
Read Next: 20 Chaotically Fabulous Backstage Moments from Couture Fashion Week in the ’90s
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