New York Fashion Week has indoors and the first day of shows did not, we repeat, did not dissatisfy. For the fall-winter 2015 spell, designers are making impressions with luxe leather and fur accents, bright pops of orange and myriad metallic’s, and these are just a few of the trends we have marked in the last twelve hours.
We have got our eye out for other fashion week staples of course. Street style stars, standout runway looks and celebs sitting pretty in front row. But really, the shows are the main event—so each day we will be bringing you the best from Lincoln Center.
The BCBG presentation gave us all sorts of bamboo coat envy, and put orange accents on our radar as a major trend for fall. The shoe-game was inspiring too: We are talking wooly booties and sexy knee-high leather.
Honor’s showing was a witness to fall’s richest hues, including a bright blood-orange, plummy voilet and cobalt blue. This collection also gave us hope for the return of our favorite 90s ornament: The very-wide headband.
Graphic neutral prints? Check. Leopard coats? Double check. No-holds-barred gold boots? Well, you know. Lisa Perry’s fall collection had just enough daydream (and touches of tangerine) to keep us on our toes.
Nicholas Kunz’s aviator-meets-motorcycle babe runway shape has given us sufficient inspiration for looking cold weather chic. His latest collection features fur trim, sexy leather looks and a new spin on classic cargo pants.