New York Fashion Week 2013 is one of the major fashion events in the world allowing designers to showcase their latest collection. However, this is also a great opportunity for models, bloggers and magazine editors to show off their cool, fancy personal style. Well, one could spot some really jaw-dropping combos at New York Fashion Week 2013. From uber-funky to timeless classics, fashion darlings revealed once again that they enjoy playing around with their styling.
Off-duty models are a great source of inspiration when it comes to effortlessly chic and hip ensembles.Models are usually seen wearing relaxed outfits and unexpected combinations. And one good example in this sense is Cara Delevingne who was seen outside the Marc Jacobs show rocking a cool combo. Aline Webber is another beauty who proves that she can still look fashionable away from the catwalk wearing a maxi skirt with a pair of tough boots, a leopard-printed tee and a denim jacket. Runways stars Mackenzie Drazan and Rachel Rose Scott beat the awfully chilly temperatures outside by perfectly mastering the art of layering. Just have a nosey and get inspired.
Bloggers are definitely some of the starlets of street style. And indeed, there are a few names that completely changed the idea of blogging and took everything to a whole new dimension. One of these bloggers is Chiara Ferragni from theblondesalad.com whose unique style catch the attention of some of fashion’s most important brands. Aimee Song from Song of Style is another influential blogger who always manages to pull off winning ensembles. Natalie Suarez from Natalie Off Duty and Ella Catliff from ella-lapetiteanglaise.com are two fashionable attendees at New York Fashion Week 2013 who looked extremely cool despite the cold outside.
Photographer Tamu McPherson and photographer, illustrator and author Garance Doré proved that dropping temperatures don’t necessarily mean a compromised style. Garance, who is also a winner of the 2012 Council of Fashion Designers of America Media award, said in an interview with Harrods that “fashion used to be quite a closed world, now it is becoming increasingly democratic, it’s evolving and I love that.” If you want to get closer into whirlwind of fashion, you can check out Garance’s web-series Pardon My French on garancedore.fr .
Statement-making collections, spectacular shows, pretty models, gorgeous trendsetters, oh-so-good outfits…New York Fashion Week 2013 was awesome! Editors were undoubtedly some of the coolest beauties out there who simply excelled putting together look-at-me-now ensembles. And Miroslava Duma, former Harper’s Bazaar Russia editor and current freelance writer, is always a stunning, sophisticated appearance who never cease to surprise us with her wow-worthy looks.
Other darlings drawing the attention were Amri Kibbler, Senior Fashion Editor for Cosmopolitan, who wore a Adrienne Landau fur and BCBG pants, Perrie Samotin, Senior Editor at StyleCaster, and Dana Avidan, Fashion Market Editor at InStyle magazine. Speaking about her personal style, Dana said in an interview with Style Booze that, “I like to wear a lot of feminine pieces and accent them with edgier accessories.” She also reveals that her favorite designers are Phillip Lim and Jason Wu.
Photos courtesy of Getty Images, elle.com