By, Anny Choi
New York Fashion Week is already in full swing, and the streets of New York are crowded with stylish showgoers, street style photographers, and models going from one venue to the next. A snowstorm awaits us in Paris (unusual for the city during this time), and according to the forecast, it seems like New York is expecting some heavy rain over the next couple of days. No scenic outdoor venues and no easy breezy dresses come February shows—so how do Vogue editors go from show to show, back to the office and back out all day for nine days straight? We share some of our most prized fashion essentials and tips below.
While Creative Digital Director Sally Singer sticks to her favorite Batsheva dress no matter the season (paired down with sturdy cowboy boots for the winter of course), Beauty Associate Zoe Ruffner opts for her L.L.Bean long underwear for warmth, topped with a stylish faux fur hat from Emma Brewin. Steff Yotka, Fashion News and Emerging Platforms Editor, stays practical with her smart-knit fingertip gloves so she can review her shows on the go, and Fashion News Editor Monica Kim switches back and forth between her Balenciaga platforms and a budget-friendly pair from Unif depending on the weather that day. See below for how 11 Vogue editors dress for the job during one of the busiest (and coldest) weeks.
SALLY SINGER, Creative Digital Director
I am hoping that my new Lucchese boots make me walk a little taller and with a smidgen more swagger this season. That said, every season is Batsheva season in my world. Cotton dresses in subfreezing temps, why not? I don’t know if it’s the frigid weather or Phoebe’s exit but all my Céline sweaters are in full rotation. I also have a ’70s purple velvet jacket from Saint Laurent Rive Gauche that I just found at Marlene Wetherall. It has whipstitched lapels and the narrowest sleeves. Plan to layer under and over everything.