May 29, 2024

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Where to Buy New York Fashion Week Street-Style Looks 2023

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Photo-Illustration: by The Cut; Photos: Christina Fragkou, Retailer

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Once again, New York’s most fashionable have gathered at NYFW to kick off a month of shows, and they showed up and showed out for the fashion capital. So while we were busy capturing some of the best street-style looks, we also got the rundown on their full looks.

Here’s what the cool kids are wearing and, of course, where they got it.

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The question that was on all of our minds was Where did Saber get this top? Of course, it’s from the label everyone loves (including Bella Hadid), Fanci Club. While a shirt like this doesn’t need much else to look cool, she layered on a Helmut Lang Jacket and shorts, completing the look with boots from Proenza Schouler.

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Warm neutrals are the way to go if you want to make your vibrant accessories really pop, and editor Stephanie Sanchez knows that well. Sanchez paired a vintage leather jacket with a bright-yellow skirt from Eckhaus Latta, and what Fashion Week fit would be complete without a bag that can carry all the essentials? Hers is from Mansur Gavriel.

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One way to navigate weird winter weather: warm accessories. PR expert
Ashe Delaney paired an easy-to-layer Skims crop top with baggy camo pants and a statement-making bucket hat from Tyler Lambert. Gucci accessories were the finishing touch.

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We love a matching set, and we’re glad to see that model Akon Changkou agrees. Her Miaou set in distressed vegan suede was perfectly accented with a crisp white shirt and Amina Muaddi sandals. The best part about this very versatile set? You can mix and match it for a completely different look.

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We know not to play with our food, but wearing it’s a different story. Puppets and Puppets’ snack-adorned bags like this one worn by model Sara Hiromi have our hearts (and our closets). Hiromi coordinated the colors in the bag with a coat from the brand and, to finish the look, chic but simple flats from Sandy Liang.

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We’re calling it: Matching sets are the moment, as seen on actress Dede Lovelace in a full pink look by Acne Studios. A set this cool is so versatile it even has a matching vest and hat if you’d rather skip the bomber. To finish off the look, Lovelace paired an equally vibrant scarf from Zara.

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Unfortunately, if you want writer Joce Blake’s crystal skirt, you’ll have to break out the tools. It’s DIY. If you want Blake’s very cool varsity jacket, look no further than Finesse. She layered the skirt over a pair of Finesse jeans and sneakers from Nike, and accessorized with a duffle from Denying Dishonor.

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In case you didn’t believe us when we said matching sets can be versatile, here’s style blogger Ashley Weddington as proof. She layered Miaou’s denim set over a top by Aknvas and under a coat by Massimo Dutti.

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A week of shows practically all over the city calls for chic and comfortable shoes; model Victoria Fawole opted for Cut Shop–favorite brand Vagabond Shoemakers for loafers. Another thing that’s chic and practical? Layers. She layered a cardigan over a turtleneck and wore a jacket from COS.

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