Here are the NYFW F/W 2015 Trends according to NY Times’ Bill Cunningham straight from his bike. NYFW F/W street trends are always my favorite to watch. Why? The Fall/Winter shows always take place in the dead of NYC’s winter, and the street style goes from practical and fashionable winter clothes to the hilarious half naked in -16 degree temperatures. Suffering for fashion is the motto of many fashionistas at NYFW F/W 2015.
If you were not able to make it out this year, Bill Cunningham from the New York Times has you covered (as always). Check out his video of the highlights in street fashion NYFW F/W 2015. Below I’ve highlighted some of his takeaways on the trends that kept popping up and where to buy them for cheap!.
NYFW F/W 2015 Trends According to NY Times’ Bill Cunningham
Check out Bill Cunningham’s official NY Times video below with a tour de force of the NYFW F/W 2015 trends. Below I’ve listed a highlight of the trends and where you can get these pieces for much cheaper.
Highlights from Bill Cunningham:
1. Fox Asymmetrical Scarves
This was seen on both street style and the runway (Jason Wu, Michael Kors, and more). I also saw Olivia Palermo sporting this look at one of the shows.
2. Two Coats Worn At The Same Time
Specifically they were wearing top coats over leather jackets
Here is a great deal on a classic black moto leather jacket on sale at Off Saks.
Layer it with this oversized wool coat below:
3. “Nostalgia” vintage patchwork coats
4. Fur, Fur, & More Politically Incorrect? Fur
5. “Military Style Precision Taylor Top Coats”
The BEST NYFW F/W 2015 street style coats According to Bill Cunningham were the military style top coats.
6. Metallic Coats
Belting the loose coats
According to Bill Cunningham, this “Traps heat around the body.” I always wondered why my robe wool coat keeps me so warm!