NEW YORK — Fashion editors and buyers will not be cowed by the weather. Like the postman, neither rain, sleet, hail or snow — or all four combined — would ever stop them from teetering into Bryant Park for a show. Yet the weather...
NEW YORK — Fashion editors and buyers will not be cowed by the weather. Like the postman, neither rain, sleet, hail or snow — or all four combined — would ever stop them from teetering into Bryant Park for a show. Yet the weather this time of the year isn’t exactly fashion-friendly, so despite the overwhelming desire to flaunt one’s spring wardrobe, it will be a challenging endeavor. To aid those in doubt, WWD has provided its own fashion advisory.
TODAY AM showers/Wind High: 44 Low: 21 Ease into fashion week with that vintage Burberry trench or Chanel’s oft-photographed version with tweed trim. While they are probably not the warmest outerwear choice, you just can’t be swayed into a wool bouclé coat, so at least layer up with Ce&Ce Ts, cashmere crewnecks and loads of pearls that will pack a punch. Footwear is always a conundrum in bad weather, but if you completely refuse to don galoshes, then at least save your Christian Dior satin heels for later in the week when the forecast calls for sun.
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