NYFW Street Style with NM Buyer Robyn Chauvin
May 19, 2016
Photos by The Street Muse
The ever-elegant Robyn Chauvin roamed the icy streets of New York Fashion Week with true panache and ultrachic apparel. The wintry scene in the Empire State provided an ideal backdrop to Chauvin’s fall style—with versatile pieces like a lush fur jacket and a sleek trench vest.
Take a glimpse below at a few standout looks as described by the NM contemporary buyer herself.
IRO cold shoulder top, wide-leg pants, and jacket
“I’m all about a cold-shoulder blouse, and the lace on this one makes it extra special. An Iro jacket in a fashion color is a must for every closet.”
“I love the beautiful embroidery that Veronica Beard presents every season. It gives a bohemian twist to this very sharp, tailored trench vest.”
“A cool bomber is another must this fall. I chose this look for the Rag & Bone fashion show because of the polished-meets-downtown vibe.”
ALC floral dress
“Florals for fall will be a huge trend, and ALC prints are always one of my obsessions. You can wear this now with sandals and later with boots and tights.”
See by Chloe overalls and Elizabeth and James faux fur jacket
“Not all overalls are wearable, but these are super flattering and chic. They also are great to wear now and later.”