No shaming necessary.
A late-afternoon snow shower was the perfect accessory for the radiant outfits on display at Lincoln Center.
Black and white attire took center stage on Day 2 of New York Fashion Week, as the street style crowd outside Lincoln Center embraced simplicity.
Despite a brief snow shower and freezing temps, the scene outside Lincoln Center was as festive as ever.
From Lincoln Center to Tribeca, the final day of NYFW featured an eclectic crowd wearing black and white.
Spotted at day six of NYFW: well-dressed drag queens, Waldo, & a bevy of fashionable attendees.
Bold colors, stripes, prints and whimsical accessories were all the rage at day five of New York Fashion Week.
From androgynous looks to clear boots, day three of New York Fashion Week street style featured several memoborable looks.
We're back on the scene at Lincoln Center, where day two of New York Fashion Week street style featured colorful outfits and dazzling accessories.
From a graphic-print skirt adorned with two horses, to a well dressed E! correspondent, Day 1 was filled with dozens of stunning street-style looks.
Our coverage of New York Fashion Week street style starts tomorrow and runs the duration of the event. We'll be on the scene at Lincoln Center and other venues across NYC.
Day five of Mercedes-Benz NYFW was characterized by bright colors and unique patterns. Solange looked radiant as she slipped passed the paparazzi. However, the look of the day belonged to a well-dressed alien whose one-of-a-kind costume stopped traffic.
No PETA. No flour. Day three of NYFW street style included a range of fur coats, leather jackets, and eye catching accessories.
From crimson outerwear and pink handbags, to white pants and sky blue shoes, the street style salute to spring provided warmth on a bitterly cold day.