New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2022 Street Style Looks To Copy ASAP
You can always count on street style to provide unlimited outfit inspiration. While the runways define and set forth the coming trends, showgoers demonstrate how to incorporate them into everyday ensembles. Such was the case for the street style at New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2022. Celebrities and fashion tastemakers descended on the Big Apple with their sleek, leather separates and bold, colorful dresses. Statement outerwear and joyful, candy-colored ensembles made appearances, while some guests opted to stick with a more neutral color palette. In particular, brown outfits reigned supreme, which spoke to this shade as the “new neutral.”
The crowd had plenty to celebrate, of course, between attending shows like Proenza Schouler and dropping by L’Avenue’s kickoff dinner at Saks. Some popped into Chloé’s celebratory store opening. Everyone brought their sartorial A-game and the weather luckily appears to be on the warmer side — giving everyone a chance to shed their puffer coats (if only for a day or two).
As you scroll through all the ensembles spotted throughout the week, you’ll start to feel your fashion senses tingle. That’s a signal that the looks below will reinvigorate your personal style and inspire you for months to come. Ahead, see all the can’t-miss outfits that you’ll want to add to your February fashion mood board.
This guest proved a chunky knit sweater for winter is the opposite of boring by smartly layering it over a button-down shirt and styling it with statement sequin pants. Heels and a Chanel bag completed the street style look.
BDG Vice President of Fashion Tiffany Reid kept warm in an orange-red turtleneck sweater and jeans combo. Her coat color-coordinated back to her knee-high suede boots.
TZR’s Deputy Beauty Editor Hannah Baxter wore a green sweater underneath a tailored gray coat and khaki pants.
Vanessa Hong’s fiery sweater complemented her race car-inspired leather moto jacket for a sporty look.
This guest braved the cold weather in New York City. She wore platform heels with an embroidered ivory coat.
This street style star kept her outfit playful via a bunny hat and fluffy pink coat. She wore Balmain’s Skye logo thigh-high boots.
Chloe King’s floral-print top featured extra-long sleeves that flapped in the wind.
Bring on the maximalist prints. This guest wore a cow-print coat over a floral dress and a flame motif turtleneck top.
Tommy Dorfman wore a Collina Strada outfit while attending the designer’s runway show at New York Fashion Week.
Candace Marie tapped into the green color trend via her knit set and two-tone coat. She toted around a mini Jacquemus bag.
A guest wore a bordeaux-colored vinyl coat over a blue turtleneck top while attending the Collina Strada runway show.
Indre Rockefeller tapped into the preppy look with her plaid blazer and pleated skirt combo. She continued the orange-yellow theme with a pair of mustard-hued suede boots.
Actor Tati Gabrielle attended her first-ever New York Fashion Week event by stopping by the Prabal Gurung Fall/Winter 2022 runway show. She made both a fashion and beauty statement with her green dress and twist hairstyle.
This guest opted for a colorful python print trench coat as the centerpiece of her outfit.
TZR’s Deputy Beauty Editor Hannah Baxter wore a shearling brown jacket over a multicolor knit sweater from Marni. She completed her NYFW look with a maximalist pair of pants from Collina Strada.
An all-red outfit moment never disappoints.
Yes, you can wear voluminous dresses and Mary Jane sandals in the winter. Simply layer on a warm jacket over your look and wear socks with your shoes.
TZR’s Editor-in-Chief Kathy Lee let her multicolor trench coat have its moment by styling it over dark-hued separates.
Vanessa Hong wore a sleek Peter Do tailored suit while attending the designer’s Fall/Winter 2022 runway show.
No matter where you turned at NYFW, a brown outfit popped up on every street corner.
Harper’s Bazaar’s Digital Fashion/Features Director Kerry Pieri wore a two-toned BOUGUESSA blazer with AGOLDE jeans and amped it up with a cool cognac-colored belt.
The next time you want to revive your button-down shirt and blazer look, incorporate a tie and slingback mule heels into your ensemble.
Mary Leest added a pop of color into her neutral outfit via a puffy pink top.
Molly and Reese Blutstein kept it cool and casual in statement outerwear.
Day 4 of NYFW street style was heavily sprinkled with red hues. This scarlet ensemble, worn by Dara Allen, was the perfect example.
TZR’s Editor-in-Chief Kathy Lee wore a fuzzy coat over a beige top and denim skirt with knee-high boots.
Instagram’s Director of Fashion Partnerships Eva Chen took thoughtful accessorizing to the next level when she matched her protective face mask with a chunky 3.1 Phillip Lim knit sweater. Her orange statement coat from Mariam Al Sibai made for a clever color play.
Mytheresa’s Fashion Buying Director Tiffany Hsu decided to steer clear of bright colors and opt for neutrals instead. For the Tory Burch Fall/Winter 2022 runway show, her color of choice was beige.
A guest wears a furry coat, burnt orange loafers, and a fuzzy Coach bag outside Coach’s Fall/Winter 2022 runway show.
Model Jordan Daniels was spotted outside of the Carolina Herrera show in a low-rise, brown midi skirt worn over a pair of pinstripe pants. She teamed it with an oversized bomber jacket and a pair of canvas sneakers to give the look a more sporty vibe.
Greivy Lou went for an outfit that was dominated by various shades of pink and sprinkled in a few pops of forest green by way of square sunnies and and a butterfly-appliqué satchel from Coach. Her friends, Wendy Sy and Michelle Blashka, demonstrated stellar color coordination and matched Lou’s vibe with hot pink pants and a puffer jacket, respectively.
Note taken: When in doubt, match your hairstyle to the back of your dress.
Kimberly Drew wore a shearling-trimmed puffer jacket, a navy blue dress, and a fuchsia-colored turtleneck. Her bright orange loafers, teamed with a pair of knee-high socks, added a preppy element to the look.
Jessica Wang’s checkered, sequin-adorned co-ords featured dramatic shoulders. She completed her disco-inspired OOTD with oversized earrings, a pastel pink bag, and a pair of Medusa Aevitas platform pumps from Versace.
Vogue Czechoslovakia’s Contributing Fashion Editor Denisa Palsha attended Carolina Herrera’s Fall/Winter 2022 show in a red Isabel Marant dress, a zebra print fuzzy coat, and a pair of white boots from Tibi. For accessories, she picked out a Cult Gaia box bag, a wide-brimmed red hat from Lola Hats, and a silky scarf from Louis Vuitton, which she wore babushka style.
Model Andres Langfeldt dressed up her gray hoodie and a pair of Levi’s jeans with a jungle print, fur-trimmed jacket from Kenzo.
Co-Founder of 2BG Consulting Chrissy Rutherford wore a fluffy, caramel-hued coat and teamed it with an equally fluffy sheep bob hat.
Fashionista’s Editor-in-Chief Tyler McCall wore a bubblegum pink shearling moto jacket. She styled it with a ruffle collar shirt, a black pullover sweater, and a pair of leather shorts.
A guest wears a multicolor, fur-trimmed leather coat and an equally as colorful checkerboard-print knitted hat.
A guest wore the season’s buzziest neutral shade — brown — with emerald green hues via a Telfar tote, a puffer jacket, and a pair of Bottega Veneta Puddle boots. Take note of the unconventional accessory touches like a striped tie and a chunky, orange ring worn on top of the glove.
Y2K-inspired fashion persists. This dress-over-pants look, worn by actor Katerina Tannenbaum outside Ulla Johnson is proof.
Kristen Lam layered a sleeveless, minty green vest on top of a black bomber coat and finished with a pair of black knee-high boots, a fluffy bucket hat, and a tube handbag from Telfar.
A guest combined several flamboyant prints into one outfit and accessorized with a flower-adorned knitted hood from THE SERIES, plus a pair of green Puddle boots from Bottega Veneta.
Stylist Olga Sokolenko attended Khaite’s runway show in a purple ensemble. She wore an oversize leather coat, a crochet knitted scarf, and carried a Cassette shoulder bag from Bottega Veneta — all in the same purple color palette.
Harper’s Bazaar Executive Editor Leah Chernikoff and Digital Director Nikki Ogunnaike bundled up in thick coats for a snowy day in New York City. Ogunnaike wore a pink coat from Sea.
And Just Like That… actor Sarita Choudhury was spotted outside the Ulla Johnson show. She wore a textured keyhole dress, a blazer-style overcoat, and a pair of strappy mule sandals.
Aemilia Madden paired her patchwork, utilitarian pants with a green hoodie, a brown coat, and a baseball cap.
Senegalese soccer player Alioune Fall and his friend craftily demonstrated the power of coordinated, monochromatic outfits.
BDG Vice President of Fashion Tiffany Reid wore an all-black ensemble that included stirrup leggings and a Chanel statement waist belt.
Vanity Fair Fashion Editor Kia Goosby played with textures in a lemon-colored sweater dress by Mandkhai, topped with a taupe faux leather shacket, croc knee boots, and a pair of octagonal River frames from VEHLA. BDG Fashion & Accessories Editor Stephanie Sanchez wore a red knit tank over tan trousers and lug boots.
TZR’s Senior Fashion News Editor Marina Liao coordinated her multiprint knit top from Andersson Bell with a limoncello shoulder bag from BY FAR for a refreshing pop of color.
Olivia Palermo wears a white cut-out midi dress under a brown sleeveless long jacket.
Influencer Chriselle Lim wears a Jason Wu tan jacket over a Jason Wu top and skirt.
Stylist Solange Franklin wears a multiprint button down (and matching turtleneck) with a red mid skirt by Victor Glemaud.
A guest wears a gray ribbed turtleneck pullover and black trackpants with red and white side stripes under a beige Burberry trench. Elevating the look were white stiletto strappy sandals.
A guest wears a voluminous, flowy red skirt suit with strappy metallic heels and Papillon handbag from Louis Vuitton.
A model wears a green Alpha Industries jacket with black trousers and white combat boots.
A guest wears a Victor Glemaud sweater and green pants.
Danielle James wore the Beyoncé Ivy Heart x Adidas Valentine’s Day collection and a red jacket outside Spring Studios.
Pam Mbatani and her daughter, Aria De Chicchis, coordinate in moody tones for NYFW.
Sahra Warsame broke up her white pieces with a pastel blue jacket.
The definition of joyful colors are illustrated in this single photo.
Sarah Elizabeth Bishop kept her outfit in neutral color territory via a beige pantsuit and Dior Book tote.
Jasmin Savoy rocks a multicolor set with gold boots outside the Bronx and Banco show.
Chriselle Lim attends the Proenza Schouler show in a black and white outfit from the label.
BDG Vice President of Fashion Tiffany Reid wore an olive green pantsuit, brown boots, and carried a Dior saddle bag.
Neutrals with a pop of color was a big street style trend at NYFW.
Tyler McCall styled a Hampden coat and a Tanya Taylor dress with a Dior bag and NOMASEI boots.
Kristen Lam proves no neutral look is complete without a Prada bucket hat.
A checkered cardigan and jeans is a tried-and-true street style combo.
Hari Nef stunned in a bright orange two-piece set outside of the Proenza Schouler show.
Alyssa Coscarelli wears a blue and white dress outside the Proenza Schouler show.
A guest wears a wine-colored blazer with matching wide-leg trousers.
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