18 Ways To Stay Warm And Look Cool

Veronika Heilbrunner

Spare a thought for the fashion pack pounding the streets of New York as they're battered by rain, wind and snow, all while looking ridiculously cool...

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The statement vinyl trend has been simmering away for some time now (remember that Alexa for M&S coat everyone had?), and the wintry weather is the perfect time for it to come into play. Make like Giovanna Battaglia and go for colour.

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We still can't get enough of the tulle trend, and just because it's freezing, it doesn't mean you can't still give it a go.

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Every wardrobe needs a trench, and this season they're best served oversized, like Taylor Tomasi Hill's.

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Sub-zero temps doesn't mean your skirts need to be relegated to the back of your wardrobe - just add boots that meet the hemline for a perfectly put together look, like Rachael Wang.

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It's easy to feel a little dowdy when you're wrapped up against the elements, so personalise your outerwear with little flourishes, like Leandra Medine's mushroom brooch on her lapel.

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Layer, layer, layer. Tamu McPherson's got it down pat. Don;t be afraid to go for it - the more eclectic the better.

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Thick-soled statement sneakers are in their element in the winter. If you can brave chilly ankles, like Taylor Tomasi Hill in Gucci, do, but if not add a sports sock.

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It's truly the winter of the puffer jacket, so have fun with it. Natalie Joss' lilac Ienki Ienki is on point.

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This New York Fashion Week has been all about wearing your statement loud and proud. Rachael Wang's Willy Chavarria polo neck says it all.

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One of the biggest trends we're seeing, both on the streets and the high street, is cinching baggy outer layers around the waist. We love this green sweat nipped in, makes it so much more interesting.

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