New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2023 Street Style Checked Off So Many Trends

Ask any fashion insider and they’ll immediately tell you that the city’s bi-annual event — aka New York Fashion Week — is finally back in full swing. To match this energy, it seems like showgoers collectively decided to kick their outfits up a notch, too. The stylish VIPs, editors, buyers, and off-duty models are already making their way from one show to the next in outfits that could rival those on the runway. For New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2023, the street style crowd took a unique approach to dressing for the trends, too, so you’re always in for a pleasant outfit surprise.

Some fashionistas were partial to cargo jeans, sheer dresses, and ballet flats. Other attendees came up with their own styling tricks — like wearing multiple tops or bottoms together — which translated into extra attention-grabbing outfits. Further, the fashion royalty flocked to Manhattan’s Hammerstein Ballroom to take in Fendi’s 25th anniversary celebration of its Baguette bag, thereby debuting next-level looks for the occasion.

Below, see the most noteworthy street style moments from New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2023 so far.

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On the last day, Leonie Hanne attended the Tom Ford show in an extra voluminous and fuzzy purple coat.

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Step one: wear (vegan) leather from head to toe for a sleek look. Step two: finish it with a pair of black leather opera gloves.

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While Eva Chen’s look may seem minimal at first glance, it taps into not one but two major trends for 2022: platform sandals and thigh-baring slits.

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This guest paired her purple outfit with a lime green bag and gold sandals.

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According to Anna Wintour, red and black is the color combo to wear for fall 2022. She teamed her red guipure lace maxi dress with a black blazer-style leather jacket and black boots.

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Meanwhile, Annie Estrin paired red pants, platform shoes, and a beret with a beige trench coat by Sorelle.

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Djouliet Amara went full sparkle mode for the last day of NYFW.

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Kelley Heyer looked like a modern-day princess ahead of the Wiederhoeft runway show. Her look comprised a frothy Lucille Reynolds dress and a yellow handbag by For the Ages.

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This stylish duo confirmed that matchy-matchy couple outfits are still very much a thing this fall.

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Jess Xu sported a glam bikercore look on Day 6 of NYFW. She went all out with the jewelry, too, and wore at least one ring on every single finger.

Day 5

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TZR’s Editor-in-Chief Kathy Lee was photographed outside of the Brandon Maxwell show. Her Bottega Veneta dress tapped into the latest street style trend: the color orange.

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This guest wore a pair of light blue jeans underneath her sheer, ruffle dress. (A dress over jeans look is a brilliant styling hack, by the way.) Her jelly shoes and Matrix-inspired sunnies made the outfit stand out even more.

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Chloe King’s joyful outfit for the Peter Do show was the textbook definition of maximalism.

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This attendee added a touch of fun to her white shirtdress by layering a fruity sweater vest on top.

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This stylish showgoer dressed up her baggy blue jeans with a rainbow-hued corset courtesy of Christopher John Rogers.

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Tina Leung’s Peter Do outfit for the label’s Spring/Summer 2023 show took oversized suiting to the next level.

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Now, here’s a friendly reminder that the micro miniskirt trend still prevails.

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A guest at Veronica Beard proved that two jackets are, in fact, better than one.

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Mytheresa’s Fashion Buying Director Tiffany Hsu found a city-friendly way to style an itty-bitty bikini top. Take note of her clever approach to layering, too.

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Sneakers were a practical footwear choice for individuals who bounced from show to show. This NYFW guest also provided a smart fall transitional outfit tip: style a crop sweater vest over your puff-sleeve dress for warmth.

Day 4

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Bella Gerard did not hold back while getting dressed for Coach’s Spring/Summer 2023 runway show — as evidenced by her bright red vinyl coat and a dress with a chromatic blur print.

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Aemilia Madden was spotted outside the Coach show in a purple and green checkered skirt from Miu Miu, which she paired with two-tone ankle boots and a black cardigan sweater on top.

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There’s so much to appreciate about this look. For starters, Aleali May nailed the biker fashion trend with her motocross jacket by Vanson Leathers. Underneath, she layered a sultry crystal-beaded top with cutouts all over. The icing on the cake? A pair of chalky five-toed booties from the Balenciaga x Vibram collab.

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This pregnant street styler confirmed that, contrary to the popular belief, you don’t have to hide your baby bump beneath layers of clothing.

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Emili Sindlev’s pleated skirt plus yellow cherry print sweater ensemble was the perfect balance of preppy and playful.

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Miki Cheung zhuzhed up her gray look with a hot pink, crystal-bedazzled corset plus matching sunnies.

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According to this fashion-savvy showgoer, armor-style bustier tops reign supreme.

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All hail cargo pants! Here, Thássia Naves styled the “ugly” bottoms with a flossy black and green top plus a long gray buttoned jacket, then completed her fashion week OOTD with a bright yellow bag.

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Sarah Lysanders made a convincing case as to why you should wear your party dresses with boots, not heels. She teamed her slime green puff sleeve, off-the-shoulder dress with a pair of tall Shark Lock boots from Givenchy.

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For a cozy yet stylish look, try pairing your favorite sweats with a silky shirt and chunky lug-sole boots.

Day 3

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Chloe King hit all the maximalist notes in this printed, crop jacket and red drawstring shorts.

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On Day 3 of NYFW, TZR’s Editor-in-Chief Kathy Lee sported a green T-shirt plus a mixed-media skirt from Khaite as she made her way to the label’s Spring/Summer 2023 runway show.

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Greivy Lou sported a maximalist look that included a floral dress with a black mesh top from Find Me Now underneath (a style hack anyone can copy). She accessorized with a white bag, chunky jewels, and multicolored frames. For shoes, she picked out a pair of white chunky pumps from Charles & Keith and teamed them over pink and red striped socks.

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Model Sijia Kang wore a white tank and layered a black cami on top. She finished the look with a pair of ultra baggy knee-length shorts and white Nike sneakers.

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This showgoer’s street style look channeled two completely different vibes. She paired her sequin party pants with a low-key, netted tote bag from Prada.

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Vanessa Hong wore a corset-style tube top and added a pair of baggy low-rise jeans on bottom. She completed the look with ultra chunky black boots and futuristic gray sunnies from Westward \ Leaning, which added an edge to her outfit.

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This season, the Canadian tux looks in street style truly run the gamut. Babba Rivera wore a shearling jacket and a miniskirt in the same patchwork denim material and paired them with beige cowboy boots for a cohesive Western-inspired outfit.

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Some attendees, like this stylish showgoer, incorporated athletic gear into their looks. Here, the clever pairing of basketball shorts and silver knee-high boots created a sporty-glam vibe.

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For many street stylers at NYFW, cargo pants were the style du jour. This attendee sported a pair in a camo print and teamed it with an orange tie-dye top, plus a bright orange shoulder bag.

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This NYFW showgoer dressed down her tailored ensemble with black sneakers and a graphic white tee.

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This guest wore floral crop top with some seriously exaggerated shoulders. She kept her look simple on the bottom with a pair of bootcut jeans.

Day 2

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TZR’s Editor-in-Chief Kathy Lee wore an outfit that included a clever styling trick. She cinched a boxy blazer with a skinny brown belt.

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Michelle Li teamed her sheer lacy skirt with a tangerine-hued graphic tee on top for a sultry-casual look.

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Cindy Bruna made her way to Altuzarra’s Spring/Summer 2023 show in a coordinated sweater and skirt ensemble, which she accessorized with a single lilac opera glove.

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Take Mariah Bernardes Maia’s look as a sign to add a fringed, rhinestone-bedazzled denim jacket to your wardrobe ASAP.

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This stylish attendee proved that you can combine even the most seemingly clashing colors like lime green and azure in one outfit without making your look feel overwhelming.

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This street styler doubled down on the color green and wore a blazer, a sweater, and a bag in the same grassy hue.

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For Day 2 of NYFW, Instagram’s Director of Fashion Partnerships Eva Chen wore a pair of cropped wide-leg trousers and teamed them with a striped top, adding a joyful touch to her look.

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Katya Tolstova found a street style-friendly, extra dramatic alternative to sequins. Her top, covered in shimmery paillettes, made a sartorial statement outside the Tibi show.

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Here, find a style formula for a swanky tailored outfit: find a pair of ultra baggy, low-rise suit pants, wear a matching blazer plus a cropped tank on top, then tie a colorful knit around your shoulders to complete the look.

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Many NYC street stylers incorporated vibrant orange pieces into their outfits. On Day 2 of NYFW, Sarah Adewumi took the trend to the next level and put together a head-to-toe tangerine look. (All pieces came from Son Jung Wan.)

Day 1

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BDG Vice President of Fashion Tiffany Reid and Vanity Fair’s Fashion Director Nicole Martine Chapoteau attended Proenza Schouler’s Spring/Summer 2023 runway show. Chapoteau went for an all-white coordinated ensemble, while Reid made her look stand out with an oversized blazer that was covered in a dainty doodle print.

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Babba Rivera’s look for the Bronx and Banco runway show was the epitome of the rising Barbiecore trend.

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Mi-Anne Chan went for an unconventional pairing of a football jersey with a plaid Miu Miu miniskirt. On her shoulder was a light gray handbag from PIPATCHARA.

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Vittoria Ceretti was spotted in a pair of ultra baggy cargo jeans outside of the Proenza Schouler show.

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The style tip here? Sometimes leaving all but one button on your shirt undone will immediately make your look more impactful.

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Coco Bassey styled her pastel yellow coat as a dress and finished the look with a pair of white mules.

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Alexandra Carl put together a Canadian tux look that felt smart and effortless. She carried a chocolate brown bag from Khaite.

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Chriselle Lim made the case for a corset belt, which went perfectly with her midi dress in a black and yellow abstract print.

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As evidenced by this stylish showgoer’s cutout dress, the sultry clothing trend is here to stay.

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This street styler used an unconventional styling trick and wore a tulle top over her white button-down shirt. The silver Louis Vuitton bag and red Gucci heels worked so well with this look, too.

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Karlie Kloss offered her take on everyday-friendly tailoring and wore a cream-colored jacket and pants ensemble from Proenza Schouler to attend the label’s Spring/Summer 2023 runway show.

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Avid fashion fans will want to take note of Amalie Gassman’s feather-trimmed knee-length shorts.

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Kristen Grace Lam paired her extra long knitted cardigan with jeans and a barely-there bra top underneath, plus a pair of white boots to complete the look.

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