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Street Style, New York: 56 photos featuring Man Repeller, Miroslava Duma, ASAP Rocky, Taylor Tomasi Hill and more outside Fall 2013 fashion week

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Street Style New York Fashion Week Fall 2013

Photography by Stefania Yarhi

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Storm? What storm? If these street style photos from the last few days at New York Fashion week were any indication, Snowmageddon was but a blip on the Fall 2013 show season radar. Despite a record-breaking snowfall (ahem, have you seen the Long Island Expressway?), the fashion flock was rearing to go.

Whereas fur is typically the go to for cold weather fashion weeks (and was worn well by Joanna Hillman and Shala Monroque), it seemed there was a new motto this weekend: tailoring. Peacoats, riding coats, double-breasted wool coats and raincoats were largely favoured this weekend, with everyone from Miroslava Duma to Taylor Tomasi Hill diving in. Outside Friday and Saturday’s shows, Man Repeller Leandra Medine showcased two very different layered looks—a way oversized peacoat layered over jeans, a baggy blue jean button down and heeled white loafers on Friday, and a worn out motorcycle jacket overtop a loose flannel shirt, light boyfriend jeans and black suede booties on Saturday—both worn avec toques with enviable flops.

Another welcomed shift in this batch of blustery street style snaps: pops of lemon. This unexpected wintertime hue was worn so well by this gal as well as BryanBoy, who popped his collar with the shade. Looking to get a piece of the action? Look no further than Victoria Beckham’s Fall 2013 collection, where the hue was shown alongside camel in one super coat.

And while we’re on the subject of welcomed palette cleansers…hands up if you want to see A$AP Rocky outside every fashion week show from now on. Or if you just want to see him spout really hard-to-pronounce designer names like woah while rapping this song. Either way.

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