Best Accessories of New York Fashion Week
From Honor's polished briefcases to Marc Jacobs' giant furry hats, the accessories we saw at New York Fashion Week ran the gamut from insanely pretty to wildly eccentric (and many stood in both places simultaneously).
Click through the slideshow below to see our favorite bags, headbands, jewelry, hats and more. Some are elegant while others are kitschy, but none of them are boring:
Clean metal collars made the perfect complement to Lim's black and white fall collection.
Oddly, it's the retro, boxy shape that makes these backpacks feel so fresh.
When we had breakfast with Rodarte's designers earlier this week, it took major self-control not to spend the whole time talking about these starry hair accessories.
Sporty and '70s, these oversize aviators are a little bit dramatic (but not so exaggerated that your friends won't be able to take you seriously).
Grabbing your lip gloss or iPhone on-the-go won't be easy with these briefcases. But whatevs— they're so pretty.
These belts are the answer to the “I love this coat, but it makes me feel ginormous” dilemma.
Blair Waldorf would approve.
Definitely luxe, but not over-the-top. We love these gloves.
Three more things to add to your metallic, laser-cut face mask collection. (You know, if you can make room.)
"Clutch" and "snuggly" don't usually fit in the same sentence. But here they do.
Yet another season of perfectly kooky sunglasses from Karen Walker.
These handbags have the same polished/badass duality as the designer's ladylike yet totally sexy sheaths.
Unsurprisingly, Downton Abbey's theme song was the soundtrack for the show. (Hi, unnecessary walking canes.)
But really, this jewelry actually would make the most basic outfit interesting.
Obi belts and Japanese pagoda clutches: yeah, we'd say the Eastern influence was pretty literal here.
No bling, logos or gimmicks here. It's just the size that makes these "statement" bags.
Let's face it: it was inevitable that those ultra-popular animal hats cross over onto the runways sooner or later.
We'll add these pairs to our list of doorknocker earrings we want.
At first, these colored beads reminded us of a grandmother or a weird craft store. And that's kind of why we like them.
We've seen ribbon versions of these headbands popping up on the red carpet, but we like a tougher, leather version for real life.
This paper crown is not, indeed, from Lauren Conrad’s clothing line Paper Crown. It's from Rachel Antoknoff's presentation, and it's nostalgic and sweet and cool.
The motif's rustic cowgirl, but the shape and size are completely icy and subversive. We love it.
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