Fashion style

Street Style Is Back, Baby!

three people at new york fashion week spring 2022 street style

Tyler Joe

New York is back in action—and everyone is getting dressed for the occasion. This week marks Altuzarra’s return to NYC, Harlem’s Fashion Row’s return to the main stage, and a Pyer Moss outing after Kerby Jean-Raymond’s triumphant couture debut this summer. Plus big names like Carolina Herrera, Michael Kors, Proenza Schouler, and Oscar de la Renta are holding shows, giving those in the audience a chance to really dress up.

With people ready for capital F fashion again, the street style outside the shows is full of mixed patterns and bold color choices. (Now is not the time to blend in with a crowd!) Scroll down to see the best looks on all the editors, buyers, stylists, and influencers.

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This snakeskin trench is headed straight to our fall mood board. The accordion mini bag can come too.

Living for oversized layers.

There’s nothing basic about this black-and-white combination.

All smiles for Monse’s skater-chic runway.

Spotted: Paris Hilton and Nicky Hilton Rothschild.

Nothing says fall fashion like a chic knit dress.

Seeing green in the best way.

The blueprint for rainy-day dressing, courtesy of Harper’s BAZAAR Editor-in-Chief Samira Nasir.

A guest remixes tweed suiting with striking moto details.

This look is all about the hardware.

Four guests go bold at Moschino’s Bryant Park runway.

Two different ways to wear bold color.

All of a sudden we want paintbrush separates.

Yes, please to BAZAAR.com fashion director Kerry Pieri’s Equipment top, Lvir trousers, and Bottega Veneta belt.

Diplo at Moschino is the street style sighting we didn’t know we needed.

An off-the-shoulder top makes a gold chain necklace shine even more.

You can’t go wrong with monochromatic co-ords.

A mixed-material trench and oversized button-down look chic and weather-appropriate.

Bottega Veneta’s It belt strikes again.

Observe: This is how statement coats are done.

Sharp suiting goes perfectly with a tiny Gucci bag.

BAZAAR.com digital director Nikki Ogunnaike is all about classics with a twist, like this short suit paired with Celine loafers.

City slick in a relaxed trench.

Tahirah Hairston in a sheer tank with leather bottoms.

How to do mismatched whites after Labor Day.

Alyssa Coscarelli and Lauren Caruso make maxi silhouettes look easy.

Brown is still the new black.

Aimee Song in jewel-tone separates by Peter Do.

Three different takes on tailoring for the new season.

A guest sports a polished coverall jumpsuit with platform shoes for a little lift.

Law Roach with a crossbody Bottega Veneta bag.

Plaid prints are on the rise.

Soft tailoring with artful accents.

A how-to on mixing and matching prints like a pro.

Anaa Saber in the knit set of our dreams.

These boots were made for riding.

Transitional dressing but make it edgy.

Business on the top, casual on the bottom.

Stylist Dione Davis wears a sunny yellow hue, Prada bag in hand.

Digital Director Nikki Ogunnaike sporting Balenciaga’s bag of the season.

Telsha Anderson in a a colorful coordinate set.

Model Paloma Elsesser cementing the khaki trend like only she can.

Micro mini skirts and Medea Sisters bag.

We’re definitely seeing green.

Jenny Walton making a strong case for the bare midriff trend in Prada.

The perfect pop of color.

A mini bag by ByFar on Babba.

The mix of camp shirt and lingerie is stellar.

Sierra Mayhew mixes t-shirts and leather.

The real dresses are out.

Ella Emhoff in mixed prints.

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