Jill Stuart's Teddy Bear Coat – New York Fashion Week
Ignore all those people that told you that you were "too old" for a teddy bear. That is certainly not so. Apart from all the fur that made its way down the runway, (oh, you'll see) designers like Jill Stuart created next season's coats in neutral-colored soft and fuzzy textures.
Tracy Reese Embellished Dress – New York Fashion Week
Tracy Reese was one of the many designers who added sporadic shine, sparkle, and bling to her garments for the upcoming season. Whether sequined or beaded, these luxe items will be easy to dress up or dress down. Another designer that did this trend oh so well? Kate Spade!
Oscar de la Renta Fur – New York Fashion Week
Anyone who paid even the tiniest bit of attention to New York Fashion Week would have found that fur was a huge reoccurring trend. From Oscar de la Renta's subtle trim to J.Crew's casual components to Herve Leger's dramatic overcoats, you're bound to see some affordable faux options at a store near you.
Christian Siriano's Capes – New York Fashion Week
One lesson we learned from NYFW? You don't need to be wearing a standard coat to stay warm. Christian Siriano's collection was complete with capes and jackets with architectural silhouettes. This winter white number was an all time favorite.
Mara Hoffman Black and White Prints – New York Fashion Week
Karolina Kurkova was up to something when she showed up to NYFW in a black and white patterned coat. The classic color combo is here to stay—just expect to see it wound in geometric and alluring prints. See this Mara Hoffman coat or Proenza Schouler's full collection if you don't believe us.