As temperatures drop, stylish New Yorkers are pulling up their boots—once again the fashion statement of the season. By Dorothy Hong
It’s economical, eco-friendly and just plain fun: New Yorkers are hopping on their bikes to get around town in style. No Spandex, please.
Big and many: Stacked bangles make a bold statement and contrast well with barely-there summer shoe styles.
Casual sandals top the packing list of city dwellers summering in the Hamptons.
Big Apple kids bring spring to life with animal prints, colorful stripes and funky shoes.
When the forecast calls for rain, New York streets become awash in the latest utilitarian fashion wave: wellies.
New Yorkers’ best friends sported extra coats and specialty booties to protect against record cold and snowfall.
Stylish men on the streets of the Big Apple top off their looks with ’40s-era fedoras and porkpies.
Bought high or low, tight or bulky, women strutting about New York are bullish on socks this season. By Dorothy Hong
Spotted this fall on the streets of Manhattan, the “Annie Hall look” presents a refreshing blend of retro, utilitarian and collegiate elements rolled into one.