New York Fashion Week 2014: Street Style

It’s a wrap! Another season, another New York Fashion Week.

Models, designers and fashion enthusiasts descended on New York for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week to see the shows, meet-up with fashion friends and to take part in one of the world’s biggest fashion events.

Everyone knows that if you want to stand out in the crowded streets, you need an eye-catching look. This week, we saw a variety of styles from the quirky to polished and professional. Style photographers are always on the hunt for a certain ‘je ne sais quoi’ that encapsulates the feel and mood of fashion right now.


Style-setters wore a variety of graphic prints and focused on embellishments to give the outfit some stand-out appeal. Bright colours ranging from fluorescent to colour blocking were often mixed with neutrals or small prints.


The old rule of not wearing white after Labour Day was kicked to the curb. Modelesque women wore head-to-toe soft white paired with neutral accessories or standout fall footwear to signal a transition from summer to cooler temperatures.


Of course, we couldn’t discuss New York Fashion Week without a reference to some of the bold and outrageous footwear. Biker boots, sleek and refined satin heels, architectural open-toe designs and velvet heels made us do a double take.

Designers featured their Spring/Summer 2015 collections this year. The shows ran from September 4– 11.