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NYFW Fall Trend Report



Didn’t make the show? Lucky for you, we’re highlighting the best fall/winter trends from each major fashion week from New York to Paris. This week, we’ve gathered highlights fit for the 305.

Leopard Print

Animal prints have always been wildly popular with designers, but this season is all about one special cat in the jungle. Leopard print is making a huge statement on fall/winter runways from coats to dresses. The best part about the popular print is its versatility—did you know leopard could be worn as a neutral? The brown and black tones seen at J. Crew, Kate Spade and Michael Kors’ presentations make it easy to connect with our favorite feline friends.
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J. Crew; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Michael Kors; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Kate Spade New York, available at Bloomingdale’s; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Nicole Miller, available at Bloomingdale’s; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com

Geometrics

The NYFW runways were definitely a kaleidoscope. While many designers played it safe with dark colors and expected furs, a few brands used the catwalk to tell a colorful story through shapes and patterns. You didn’t have to ace your high school geometry class to appreciate the variety of crafty configurations.
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Victoria Beckham, available at Nordstrom; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Red Valentino; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Brooks Brothers; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Diane von Furstenberg; Photo courtesy Vogue.com
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Cynthia Rowley, available at Bloomingdale’s; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com

Velvet

Rich and luxurious velvet has made its way back to the runway. Once a symbol of nobility and wealth, thick woven velvet stood out serenely on Fall/Winter 2017 runways in a treasure chest of jewel tones. From Jason Wu’s warm citrine to Tibi and Altuzarra’s royal palette of blues, velvet was having a moment. Outside of royal delicates, Philipp Plein’s velvet leotard is an edgy contrast on the other side of the spectrum.
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Jason Wu, available at Nordstrom; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Tibi, available at Bloomingdale’s; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Philipp Plein; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Altuzarra, available at Nordstrom; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com

Boxy Suits

It’s time to suit up—that’s the memo designers are spreading on the runway this February. Boxy suits—shoulder pads and all—are making a comeback on the runway and will be a prevalent force from desk to dinner.
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Alice + Olivia, available at Bloomingdale’s; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Oscar de la Renta, available at Bloomingdale’s; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Calvin Klein, available at Nordstrom; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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3.1 Phillip Lim, available at Nordstrom; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com

Plaid and Flannel

From the buffalo check to Scottish-inspired prints, plaid fabrics have popped up all over the fall/winter catwalks. As a print that’s practically synonymous with cozy, we don’t object the upcoming season’s affection for soft flannel and linear plaid. Public School and Mara Hoffman’s oversized dresses capture so much movement, while Lacoste and Tory Burch’s numbers are a bit more structural with chic cinched waists. Whether form-fitting or lounge-worthy, we’re looking forward to cozying up with this familiar print.
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Lacoste; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Public School, available at Nordstrom; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Mara Hoffman, available at Bloomingdale’s; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Tory Burch; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com

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