Twice a year for New York Fashion Week, the glitterati floods the streets of New York City, heading to and from the season's hottest shows and presentations. The Village Voice was at NYFW FW16 — from runway shows to after parties — to capture the week's most outstanding style. Here are some of the most interesting looks we spotted at NYFW.
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Behind the Scenes at the Nolcha Shows for Fashion Week
Photos by Jena Cumbo, Maro Hagopian, and Kylie Shaffer for the Village Voice
Independent designers showed off their collections at the Nolcha Shows during NYFW FW16. The Village Voice was there to catch the action — both on the catwalk and behind-the-scenes — from designers like Rohitava Banerjee, ACID NYC, Intrepid by AO'C, and All Comes From Nothing.
Photos by Jena Cumbo for the Village Voice
The Skylight at Moynihan Station was packed to the brim on Monday afternoon for the big reveal of designer Jeremy Scott's FW16 show: Cowboys and Poodles. The front row was awash with celebrities — including Coco Rocha, Charlie XCX, Perez Hilton, AnnaSophia Robb, Violet Chachki, and Miss Fame among others — checking out Scott's new collection, which was bold as ever. Flurries flew as attendees and models filed in and out of the show, but a little winter weather couldn't stop them from flaunting their street style A-game.
Photos by Kylie Shaffer for the Village Voice
Too often street style seems as serious as the action on the catwalks. At NYFW, the Voice decided to have a little fun with some of this year's standout street style mavens, asking about the shows and trends they're excited for — and what kind of animal they would be.
After the debut of Chromat's AW16 Lumina Collection, partygoers headed over to Le Bain to celebrate the collection (and Galentine's Day!) at the Standard Hotel. DJs UNiiQU3, UMFANG, Speakerfoxxx, and Factory Girls spun all night for the NYFW after party.
Photos by Maro Hagopian for the Village Voice
Vice's Fashion Week Party Westway Wednesday, February 8 Better than: Not getting into the secret Skrillex show. Last night, the line to get into West Village's middle-of-nowhere dance club Westway wrapped around one block in one direction of the door and down two blocks in the other. The strip club-turned-scenester...