Fall in New York
New York is one of the most vibrant and cutting edge places in the world, full of life, lights and sounds, art and events. Perfect subject to inspire our daily wardrobe in this early autumn.
The style of New York women is immediately recognizable, always glamorous and trendy, never ordinary. Due to the continental, often variable weather, it is essential to dress in layers, alternating soft silhouettes to more adherents and female ones, in a game of contrasts, while the color palettes are more harmonious and delicate, almost monochromatic or tone sur tone. Closest attention to detail, for a refined and ploished look that, however, wants to look also natural.
With a reference to the 70's and 90's, some of the best moments in the fashion and cultural scene of the city, designers such as Michael Kors, Ralph Lauren, Stuart Weitzman, Drome, Gucci and Prada this season launch a sophisticated minimalism where the clean lines of the clothes and outerwear accompany the accessories, especially handbags and shoes, real protagonists of the outfits.
Herea look at our trendy selection of items in perfect New York style!
Tall skyscrapers that seem to fill the horizon of the sky, a row of limousines in front of the gaudy shop windows: that is a normal shopping day for the New York woman. Elegant and always in perfect order even in the daytime, and ready in a flash for an aperitif.
Almost the center of the contemporary world, the city is a tide of people in motion. For the life of the ever busy modern woman, the more up to date outfits must be cool without forgetting the comfort. therefore, welcome to the high suede boots without heels, the soft dress tunic and the straight nude colored coat. Strong and feminine at the same time.
Addison wool and cashmere coat by Ralph Lauren, Wool voile insert knitted dress by Fabiana Filippi, Striped merino wool beanie by Paolo Fiorillo Capri, Small Bayswater leather bag by Mulberry, Cuissard suede boots with string by Stuart Weitzman.
In the fall NYC it’s tinged with warm colors, in thousand gorgeous shades of brown and copper. For a walk in the park remembering the look of Diane Keaton in the 70s, or simply to take a break from work, enjoy the embrace of a fluffy minimal coat and the softness of suede.
Reversible shearling by Drome, Hound's tooth blazer by P.A.R.O.S.H., Long sleeve asymmetrical T-shirt by Rick Owens, Penelope stretch suede trousers by Seafarer, Suede bucket bag by Gucci, Two-tone fringed brogue pumps by Prada.