Last updated on Mar 9th, 2021 at 11:12 am
Fashion month is here! New York Fashion Week was an absolute smash with top stylish celebs like Zendaya, Blake Lively and Jamie Chung attending.
These are the top trends straight out of NY that will be heading straight to your closet:
Decoding the trends from New York Fashion Week can be overwhelming – and let’s be honest, some of them look really, really weird. Don’t worry, we’re here to show you how to incorporate the best of the trends without turning heads (the wrong way…)
We’ve searched for the best budget versions of New York’s most fabulous looks:
Shown at Adam Selman and Tom Ford, Blair Waldorf’s favourite look is back. Tights and stockings in all colours, patterns and designs are going to be huge this year. Start stocking up on this New York Fashion week trend now!
50 Shades of pink
It looks like Millennial Pink isn’t going anywhere (and it’s being joined by several other shades of pink, from blush to cerise)! The colour ruling the New York runways in 2018 was definitely pink. The fabulous shade was seen at Alexander Wang, Tory Burch and Christian Siriano.
Sparkle and shine
Metallics, sequins and all things shiny ruled the catwalks of Prabal Gurung and Tibi. Based on the trends seen at New York Fashion week: if it sparkles, it’s in style.
Fashion week never shies away from over the top looks. This season statement earrings have been kicked up a notch – the bigger, the crazier, the better! We love this trend because a pair of showstopping earrings is the easiest way to take an outfit from drab to fab in a second.
Satin is the fabric of choice for Peter Pilotto, Roksanda and Christopher Kane’s shows. And it’s easy to see why – sleek, chic and elegant, we can’t get enough.
Slick Lindsay khaki harem satin pants R795, Zando
New Look pink satin pleaded midi skirt shell R579, Zando
Utopia olive jumpsuit R359, Zando
Designer denim is all about artwork, prints and patterns. Top designers like Adam Selman, Brandon Maxwell and Alexander Wang all showed embroidered, distressed and patterned denims on their fashion week runways.