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5 NYFW Highlights That Will Relieve Your FOMO

ABOVE // photo by Ally Fashion week is one of my favorite biannual times of year not only because I get to catch up with my fashion friends and mingle with fabulous bloggers like Meaghan (pictured above with me), but I get to be on the forefront of what’s to come in the industry. Lucky for you, you have an “in” too by hanging with me here at The Brooklyn Stylist. Here are my favorite NYFW highlights from
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Mastering Street Style

River Island faux fur coat (on major SALE!) and top // ASOS jeans // vintage bag and scarf // Bailey hat via Salmagundi Boston // Saint Laurent boots // Colette Malouf earrings and bracelet (c/o) In case you haven’t noticed between this blog and just about every publication covering fashion, it’s the end of New York Fashion Week. It’s been a chilly week in NYC, but it didn’t stop the street style fashionistas to give it their best
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{#NYFW} TIBI

The consistent clean lines and sensible style of the designs season after season is the reason Tibi‘s collection is a favorite of The Brooklyn Stylist. The fall collection is inspired by the Inuit culture, the idea of Arctic and practicality meeting style. The range of eye-catching pieces in cool colors, over-sized cuts and contrasting textures gives a modern eye into the world of the Inuit peoples. The juxtaposition of the “icy” palette and the warmth of the fabrics
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7 Accessories Designers You’ll Be Seeing Everywhere

Gemma Redux A Peace Treaty Emanuela Duca Grey Ant Isa Tapia Kara Sang A NYFW kicked off small presentations before the madness of the week, including one of the most exciting collections happening right now: The CFDA Fashion Incubator Program’s accessories designers. 7 of these up-and-comers were featured in a Chelsea Gallery in partnership with Target to promote keeping fashion being made in NYC and help grow these already successful businesses into major brands. If you haven’t heard
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