NYFW Shows How to Look Good in a Storm

Despite the cold, slush, ice and snow last week, members of the New York Fashion week crowd made it clear that the show must go on. From furry accents, winter white ensembles, pretty patterns and all shades of pink, the creme de la creme of the New York fashion world braved the elements and skillfully enveloped themselves in brilliantly thermic ensembles. 

In near-whiteout conditions, opting for an all-white ensemble keeps you looking crisp and clean – just ensure to avoid the almost inevitable drive-by slush spray!

Numerous fashionistas walked the streets pretty in pink last week. Whether you choose a shade of blush, fuchsia, or bubblegum, pink seems to be the most hyped hue this season. 


Keeping your look cool while battling it is tougher than it appears, but adding unexpected layers is an ideal way to stay stylish in the snow.

Creating a glimpse of playfulness to a wintry wardrobe adds exhilarating appeal. 

Exotic snakeskin slithered New York’s streets in the form of jackets, bags and more.

Usher in spring by pairing sandals with socks or stockings to add a thawing edge to your look.

Dazzling prints dominated both the runways and the streets primarily in the form of jackets this season in anticipation of a brighter and livelier spring season. 

From fur coats to hats, mittens, purses and scarves, furry accents helped to keep the fashion crowd warm and polished.

Many women heated their heads in veiled beanies to add a refined look to the typically laid-back covering.

The double jacket combo combats the cold while avoiding a puffy appearance and still remains chic.

Plaid on plaid works wonders to an ensemble when paired with clean lines, classic colors and conservative accessories.

#LYNL | (Live Your Notable Life)


Cover Photo: Vanity Fair

Want more updates on the most Notable things happening so you know before your colleagues do? Get our exclusive newsletter here and follow us on Twitter for all the latest.