#ALIVEatNYFW: Hues And Trends We Love For Spring 2015

By Sarah Stallmann
In Style

The NYFW runways and presentations were filled with hues, shapes and cuts that we just couldn’t get enough of. As we skipped from show to show, we noticed a few trends worth noting.

Hot Coral
From Maison Kitsune‘s NYFW debut at The Standard Hotel for MADE Fashion Week (my first show of the season), to Rubin & Chapelle’s use of the vibrant shade in sneakers and prints, hot coral is set to be a spring color must.

Coral trend at New York Fashion Week

Maison Kitsune. Photo by Sarah Stallmann (@wickedwallflower).

Mint To Be
Shades of pale green from mint to seafoam made collections like Saunder just a little sweeter. Style tip: Accessorize with metallic silver (like the heels shown here) for a look that is both fresh and edgy.

Photo by David Vassalli (@davidvassalli).  Mint trend at new york fashion week

Saunder. Photo by David Vassalli (@davidvassalli).

Vibrant Sneakers
The sport trend doesn’t look like it’s going anywhere, and we are perfectly ok with it. Vibrant sneakers were everywhere from the runway to the street, worn with everything from sheer dresses to two-piece summer suits.

Rubin & Chapelle. Photo by David Vassalli (@davidvassalli). sneaker trend at new york fashion week

Rubin & Chapelle. Photo by David Vassalli (@davidvassalli).

Peach Pouts
As not to overshadow the look, makeup was sleek, pale and minimal for a majority of the shows with shades of pink and peach reigning supreme.

Backstage at Adam Lippes. Photo by Carmen Boeser (@therubyzipper). makeup trend at new york fashion week

Backstage at Adam Lippes. Photo by Carmen Boeser (@therubyzipper).

The Shift Dress
A nod to mod, the shift dress gets a boost with preppy details, prints and edgy styling that has ensured its status as a fashion staple.

Maison Kitsune. Photo by Sarah Stallmann (@wickedwallflower). shift dress at new york fashion week

Maison Kitsune. Photo by Sarah Stallmann (@wickedwallflower).

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