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The Trends We're Stalking From New York Fashion Week

Before we move on to London Fashion Week, we're wrapping up New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2018-2019 with a whole lot of outfit inspiration for the next season. From bright rainbow hues to the classics revisited, we’re tracking down all the emerging trends and the standout looks you need to keep an eye out for!



The Working Girl Reboot

Oversized jacket and midi skirt – check, the skirt suit is making its way back to our wardrobe this season. Designers like Gabriela Hearst, and Calvin Klein upgraded the “Working Girl” uniform and gave it a modern sporty appeal by styling it with boots and a cap.


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Pink Out Loud

All-Over Magenta

We’ve found our new favorite shade of pink! Magenta is stealing the spotlight this season with designers like Ulla Johnson, Alexander Wang, and Prabal Gurung gave their own spin to the bright hot shade of pink. It's pretty summer-ready too? So why wait for the fall?



Caribbean Chic

The Lady Pirate

All aboard the Caribbean trend ship as this season’s corsets and ruffles brings us a whole new level of Victorian-era pirate chic. Zimmermann, Brock Collection, and Jonathan Simkhai gave us waist-defining corsets and ultra-feminine frocks that will make you say, aye aye, Captain!


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Urban Jungle

Bright Animal Prints

Bolder and more colorful than ever, this season’s animal prints did not come out to play. Tom Ford, R13, and Carolina Herrera offered classic leopard prints in striking hues of neon channeling both the ‘80s and early ‘90s.


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Hosiery Party

Rainbow Hued Stockings

From Adam Selman’s electric yellow to Jeremy Scott’s highlighter green tights, there was no shortage of bright colorful pieces at the NYFW shows. The wide color spectrum of hosiery this season is a confirmation that the ‘80s revival will be the biggest trend come fall.


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Lead photo via Vogue Runway