Over the next month here at Who What Wear, we will be inundated with thousands and thousands of street style images from New York, London, Milan and Paris, and as always, we will click through as many as possible to bring you the best looks from the street you'll want to bookmark—or copy immediately.
New York Fashion Week is now in full swing, and it arrived at the very same time as a treacherous snow blizzard. So while we are sure we will see mule kitten heels and logo T-shirts everywhere this month, so far the style in NYC is all about beanie hats, puffer jackets, sturdy boots and practical tracksuit bottoms. But showgoers don't let a little (or a lot) of sludge and snow get in the way of style, as we have already spotted some of S/S 17's biggest trends, including oversize earrings and statement sleeves.
Scroll through the gallery below to see fifteen of our favourite looks from New York so far.
Style Notes: InStyle Germany's fashion director, Jan-Michael Quammie, quite literally stops traffic on her burnt orange trench coat by Jil Sander, which she paired with Rejina Pyo jeans, Acne Studios boots and a structured bag by Mark Cross.
Style Notes: We predicted the single-earring trend was going to be a recurring thing at fashion month, and here, Diletta Bonaiuti tries the trend with a gold statement earring in her right lobe.
Style Notes: Leandra Medine shows that a clever way to jazz up your old favourite brogues is to pair them with statement red ankle socks, a styling trick that was featured in Céline's S/S 17 collection.
Style Notes: Alexa Chung winterproofed her white lace dress by pairing it with an oversize blazer and the Prada menswear jumper she says she is "having a relationship with" knotted around her shoulders.
Style Notes: Net-a-Porter's Lisa Aiken shows that the best way to smile through dreary weather is to dress like a rainbow and wear a multicolour scarf by Loewe.
Style Notes: Hoodies are all over New York (thanks, Vetements), but Linda Tol shows they can look smart when layered over a sophisticated roll-neck and underneath a smartly tailored coat.
Style Notes: Traditionally, mixing shades of red would be a no-go, but Camille Charrière proves that sometimes it pays to break the rules with her orange-red puffer coat and deep crimson leather skirt.
Style Notes: Big statement earrings are set to be everywhere this spring, and this showgoer shows that you can abandon the usual rules and pair them with a hat and glasses.
Style Notes: Ever since Emma Watson wore her £87 Veja trainers, they have been one of our favourite new sneaker labels, and here they look a perfect match with these tracksuit bottoms with sporty stripes down the seams.
Style Notes: You might have noticed by the snow in these pictures that it is freezing in New York right now. Stylist Ada Kokosar had an innovative approach to layering, wearing a fur coat underneath her oversize green parka. Not two coats we'd normally pair, but it worked!
Style Notes: Another item we can expect to see having a moment on the street style circuit this year is the '90s Fila sweatshirts, here worn underneath a tailored grey coat.
Style Notes: Leandra Medine is the first person we've spotted (so far) wearing Alberta Ferretti's buzzed-about day-of-the-week jumper during NYFW, wearing a Tuesday jumper with an oversize coat.
Style Notes: Puffer coats and ripped-hem jeans were big news in 2016, and this showgoer illustrates that it's an outfit formula that's still going strong for 2017.
Style Notes: The statement sleeve trend isn't just limited to blouses, as Gabby Prescod wore our dream shearling leather jacket with oversize fluted cuffs.