Vanity Fair Editors Share Their Go-To Looks For New York Fashion Week
It is time for New York Fashion Week. There is a jam-packed schedule that includes shows from some of New York’s most beloved designers like Altuzarra, Brandon Maxwell, Gabriela Hearst, and more.
Dressing in outfits that prioritize warmth, comfort and style is a must for editors and buyers. Vanity Fair’s editors will be wearing these outfits as they make their way through the new season.
The fashion director is Nicole Chapoteau.
I brought together all of my favorite things for my New York Fashion Week look. I love how the masks match my looks. The new sneakers from New Balance are perfect to run from show to show while still looking chic. I need to transition from day to night with flats and heels, and these Fear Of God pants are perfect. The perfect weather coat is all that people see. The coat is warm and trendy. Voil! I am ready for shows.
Daisy Shaw-Ellis is the accessories director.
This fashion week, I will be going with simplicity. A sleek and soft Cashmere dress with slightly slouchy Khaite boots is comfortable enough to wear day in and day out. The shearling coat is a great layer for the cold, but easy to remove when overheated. I’ll be carrying around the masks in every color of the rainbow as my go-to accessory.
Laura Regensdorf is a beauty director.
I like handsome pieces that get the job done so I skirt around the scrum of photographers. My feet are welded to the boots, even with a ruffled Batsheva dress or wool sailor pants. For a change of pace from my usual denim, these jeans have a nice cut and room to wear long johns. I lost my go-to wool coat, but have my eye on this investment piece from Max Mara, the perfect tobacco color that angles to be a new neutral. The snow white Ance Studios tote keeps everything in check since my laptop and charger are the week’s most essential accessories.
Senior Menswear Editor, Miles Pope.
The cold weather makes the February-March fashion season difficult. I lean toward black because I like to stay warm and keep my look simple. I love wide-legged pants, a long coat, and a boot. I always finish my look with a black mask.
The Market Editor is Kia D. Goosby.
This time of year is always a challenge for show season because of the cold temperatures. My main motto in life is to remain comfortable, cozy, and chic. I have been loving winter whites, creams, and butter yellows for quite some time, so I am opting for a neutral, slightly monochromatic look, complete with my favorite Kaze masks to match.
Morgan Evans is the Commerce Editor.
Staying cold-weather chic is the challenge for NYFW in February. A good coat can be used to achieve comfortable and warm fashion. The quilted faux leather Stand Studio coat is a subdued statement piece. I will be wearing a tie-dye dress from Proenza Schouler. The dress is eye-catching but also easy and comfortable to wear. It’s perfect for fashion week. Adding more texture to the look is a must. The Totme boots add a sleek finish to any ensemble, and the heel is perfect for long, show-hopping days.
Jessica Neises is an assistant fashion editor.
I am bundled up for fashion week in New York because of the cold. I love the look of the quilted Stand Studio coat, it will keep me warm and will serve as a full-body windbreaker. I will be styling my outfits with statement pieces like this faux fur bucket hat, because I am an accessories girl. Finally, my spin on a snow boot, my platform Loewe loafer boots that have the illusion of a leather sock.
The assistant fashion editor isSamantha Gasmer.
Here we are again! I will be wearing easy uniforms because I feel like fashion week sneaks up on us. The marathon that is fashion week will be no different than the one I have lived in since I bought my tire boots. They go with everything, are comfortable, and add a level of coolness one always needs. My go-tos are a statement coat and black turtleneck. I will admit to loving The Undoing vibes of the Proenza coat, but nothing beats the classic Wolford bodysuit. I can’t leave the house without my favorite hand sanitizer. I might have a bottle in every coat pocket to be sure.
There is an Editorial Assistant.
I have denim on my mind this season. When I am feeling casual, a great pair of jeans is always my go-to base. Adding more denim is the easiest way to make denim more interesting. I love the idea of reinventing the classic look with denim, it feels futuristic and nostalgic at the same time. I will be wearing my Triarchy jacket tucked into a pair of Triarchy jeans for this fashion week. I like to tuck my jeans into a pair of ankle boots for an effortless cool look and with this outfit, I’ve decided on a pair of white wedge boots. A nude trench with some unexpected texture feels like the perfect addition to my Canadian tuxedo, because a coat is essential this time of year. A pair of pearl drop earrings add a touch of elegance.
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