|via harpers bazaar, tfs, the cut + elle|
Snowstorm be damned, the (fashion) show must go on.
New Yorkers and alike persisted with a resistance and rebellion against the weather. Through seventies flare (and flares) dabbling with leather eccentricities, black making its stylish statement and a sea of denim blues with exposed, naked limbs, the insubordination was triumphant. And amongst such insurgency several themes reigned supreme, illustrating such trends and accessories that are bound to be coveted by the masses. From bold primary colours and print to the throngs of (hopefully faux) fur coats and down jackets. Like this pink Gucci shearling button up as seen on Ms Zhang, an effeminate dream of opulence and warmth, a piece one yearns to embrace on such dreary, rainy days.
And while the desirable Chanel boy arm candy continued to slay, this time round the street style limelight shone directly in favour for J.W. Anderson’s pierce bag; soon to be the newest craze and coveted “IT” bag for the year ahead. Drawing strength in its structure and a rebellious nature with its daring golden piercing, analogous to the very attitude on those New York streets.
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