Pale polo necks

From left: Ralph Lauren; DKNY; Edun; Derek Lam
From left: Ralph Lauren; DKNY; Edun; Derek Lam

Polo necks were back again, this time bigger, slouchier and brighter than ever. From icy white and sleeveless at Edun to ecru funnel-necks at DKNY, they appeared as undergarments and statement pieces

Orange

From left: Boss; Victoria Beckham; Prabul Gurung; Rag & Bone
From left: Boss; Victoria Beckham; Prabul Gurung; Rag & Bone

The standout colour in New York was clear, bright and very autumnal — from tangerine to pumpkin, orange came in all forms, including structured coats column dresses and Aran knits

Big fur collars

From left: Jason Wu; Michael Kors; Altuzarra; Rodarte
From left: Jason Wu; Michael Kors; Altuzarra; Rodarte

Whether formal as at Jason Wu, with a chunky knit at Michael Kors or paired with leather on the Rodarte and Altuzarra runways, no look was complete without a bold fur collar

Aran

The chunky textured knit came tight and pastel at Altuzarra, monochrome and grungy at Alexander Wang, and voluminous at Prabal Gurung

Velvet

Shimmering on short dresses at Tommy Hilfiger, Delpozo and Oscar de la Renta, velvet panels in coffee colours and black added richness to floataway fabric

Cropped trousers

Whether matched with narrow knits at Suno and Giulietta or topped with a waterfall silk at BCBG Max Azria, trousers were short, wide and very blocky

Photographs: Catwalking.com

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