The SJP Collection launched one month ago today, exclusively at Nordstrom! From New York to California, stylish women have taken to the streets across the country, rocking this very ladylike line of shoes, handbags and wardrobe essential trench coats.
Eager to show off how you personalize the SJP Collection? If the answer is yes, e-mail The Thread by April 4, 2014, for details on seeing your SJP street-style photo featured in Sarah Jessica’s next guest editor post.
One month ago today, we posted a shot of legendary New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham asking Crystal Nicodemus, our Fashion Week street style photographer, to jump for a photo. We were certain she’d end up in one of his stories, and sure enough, Crystal appeared in yesterday’s print edition and the online slideshow narrated by Bill.
Watch the video below for Bill’s explanation of the blue and pink trend, and you’ll see Crystal’s jump shot at the very end.
As is tradition here on The Thread, we can’t say goodbye to Fashion Week without one last look at the insanely good shoes seen on the feet of fashion’s most inspiring ladies. Have a favorite (or 64)? Each pair links to similar styles, so you can shop these lovelies right this minute.
The sublime stylist, Kate Foley, embodies the modern-lady aesthetic. She takes risks, but maintains a sense of elegance. Her bold, textural coat is the perfect springtime topper and her minimalist pieces allow those standout accessories to shine. And, don’t forget, the full skirt is one of the must-have trends of the season!
Another day at PFW, another awesome outfit! Lana’s edgy, sport-inspired number is uber-trendy. Not only does she have a modern moto, but she’s also sporting a nostalgic sweatshirt and leather shorts. Heavy boots, a bold choker and chain-strap bag add some metallic edge to the look.
Two days in a row of the fabulous Joanna Hillman…how lucky are we?! Joanna’s modern suiting separates are the perfect mix of menswear styling and Parisian prep. I love the vibrant pop of color her floral scarf adds to her ensemble and her subtle nautical notes. Merci encore, Madame Hillman!
I was strolling along one of Paris’s chicest shopping streets, on my way to the Valentino show, when Hana appeared before me. I couldn’t resist getting a quick snap of this modern feminine look. I have a soft spot for slightly Gothic styles, and Hana’s full tulle skirt is a dream. She’s also incorporated some menswear tailoring and footwear to balance out her femme separates. Très belle!
We all know how much I love a jumpsuit, so obviously I’m dying over Melissa’s Parisian-chic ensemble. Her palette is simple and strong. The camel coat has been wildly popular this season, especially with menswear lines. I love how she paired her cropped one-piece with tall, vintage-inspired boots and a light turtleneck. Oui, madame!
Anouk Yve is back with yet another awesome outfit! Anouk’s urban-casual style is so on point with the season’s trends. Zippered leather skinnies are major at FW, and I like how she’s balanced their sleek edge with a preppy sweater and oversized oxfords. Extra-long shirting is new to the style scene, and I can’t wait to incorporate this look (and a new Chanel bag!) into my repertoire.
Not only does Elvira have an awesome moniker, but her style is amazing as well. Elvira is rocking this futuristic look like nobody’s business! The lines of these pieces are severe and sharp, and her accessories add even more ultra-modern flair. I love unexpected design details, and Elvira’s snake-print shorts are perhaps the most unique set I’ve seen all season.