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Five trends from New York Fashion Week

The New York Fashion Week has commenced and now it’s time to look back at what we’ve learned from the US style capital. With an eclectic mix of …
With an eclectic mix of runway collections, there was a little something for everyone.
Tie DyeTie dye made a big splash last season for the spring/summer collections, and shows no signs of slowing down come next fall, even though its usually associated with warmer weather. While designers like Area and Prabal Gurung opted for uber-bright iterations like the tie dye you remember from grade school, other labels like John Elliott and No Sesso opted for more subdued colorways.The Colour Purple Jewel-tone colors reigned supreme, but one in particular stood out among-st the pack: purple. From shades of lavender to deep eggplant hues, the color purple was a source of inspiration for a long list of designers.Done in sweater, suit, and dress form, the hue makes for a fresh contender to spice up your mostly black fall wardrobe. Feathers,At a time when more and more luxury brands are going fur-free, it seems fashion is turning to feathers.Colorful, glamorous, and over-the-top feathered pieces took the Fall 2019 runways by storm. There were colorful feather statement coats at Prabal Gurung and Cushnie, while Oscar de la Renta, Michael Kors, and Marc Jacobs turned the piece into an evening essential.
For those who want to be extra on a daily basis, Dion Lee sent a more subtle take on the trend down the runway on a delicate white turtleneck.Psychedelic Colours Tripped-out, notice-me color popped up aplenty this season, from Areas iridescent pants to Prabal Gurungs happy color-blocking.
(Rodartes acid-green ball gown, though technically shown in Los Angeles, made the cut too as a formerly-New York-based brand that now shows off the traditional schedule.) For slightly more subdued color that still packed an impact, one needed look no further than sensational newcomer Tomo Koizumis rainbow-hued tulle explosions.The high ponytail is dead long live the low ponytail,Not only does Fashion Week dictate what youre going to be wearing next season, it also shows you how youll be wearing your hair. So next time you reach for a bobble to put your hair up, keep that ponytail low.
As seen at Ralph Lauren, Badgley Mischka and Cushnie, the ponytail got a make over, with a slick, shiny finish to boot. The change from the high ponytail, as popularised by Ariana Grande and Kim Kardashian, was led by GHD and Tresemme hair stylist Justine Marjan.
So you can thank her for all the headaches youll no longer have to endure February16th  2019.

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Colorful street style at New York Fashion Week

Bright colors appeared on the runways during New York Fashion Week, which officially ran Feb. 4-13 and featured designers’ collections for fall/winter …
4-13 and featured designers’ collections for fall/winter 2019-2020.But bright colors showed up somewhere else – on fashion show attendees. Many wore brightly colored coats in this season’s popular shaggy, fluffy, usually faux-fur “teddy” style.Some wore one color head to toe while others sported a mix of colors. Even boots were bright.Below are some New York City “street style” photos of fashion bloggers and other show-goers that prove that people in the fashion world wear more than just black.Blogger Malikah Kelly poses outside of the Lanyu show wearing a shaggy pink coat during New York Fashion Week on Feb 10 in New York City. (Photo by Donell Woodson/Getty Images)Priscilla Buah wears a yellow Apparis coat and a yellow plaid Escada outfit.

(Photo by Achim Aaron Harding/Getty Images)A guest arrives for a fashion show at Spring Studios during New York Fashion Week. (Photo by Roy Rochlin/Getty Images)Street style of guests attending Dennis Basso fall 2019 runway show.(Photo by Anthony DelMundo/Getty Images)A guest poses outside of the Tibi show. (Photo by Donell Woodson/Getty Images)Woman heading to the ChristianSiriano show wears a yellow and blue suit with a long yellow faux fur jacket and blue fanny pack.The man went for purple and black. (Photo by Steven Ferdman/Getty Images)A guest poses outside of the Dion Lee show.
(Photo by Donell Woodson/Getty Images)This woman went for pastels, choosing a faux fur jacket over a baby blue sweater-scarf, baby blue tights, and platform boots outside the Christian Siriano show. (Photo by Steven Ferdman/Getty Images)Susan Martin Susan Martin is Home Style editor at The Buffalo News.
She is a native of Western New York and graduated from St. Lawrence University and Syracuse University.

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