On Day 3 of Fashion Week, Show-goers Stayed Cozy in Color Coordinated Layers

Tone on tone looks proved popular on a particularly freezing Saturday.
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Tone on tone looks proved popular on a particularly freezing Saturday.
On the very cold streets of New York Fashion Week. Photos: Emily Malan/Fashionista, Imaxtree, Angela Datre/Fashionisa

On the very cold streets of New York Fashion Week. Photos: Emily Malan/Fashionista, Imaxtree, Angela Datre/Fashionisa

I know it's cliche to complain about winter during fashion week (New York City is cold in February, alert the media!) but Saturday's weather was on another level of frigid. On my way to Paul Andrew's presentation at a gallery on the West Side Highway, the icy wind literally lifted my body up as I rounded a corner. I've never been so cold and I was born in Scotland. 

Naturally, the temperature makes getting dressed to catch photographers' attention a challenge, but street style VIPs knew what to do. They opted for color coordinated cozy layers topped off with the puffiest and furriest outerwear they could find. There were still a few brave (read: desperate) souls with bare legs and ankles, however, but it takes real styling know-how to be warm and chic at the same. 

See our favorite street style looks from day three of New York Fashion Week below.