Staud handbag. Photo: Imaxtree
We've predicted the "It" items and tracked the trends of
street style throughout fashion month, and now, thanks to the online data pros over at Lyst, we can see what actually made an impact in the retail space. Since New York Fashion Week kicked off in February, the global fashion search platform has been keeping track of what brands and products have experienced a jump in online searches and sales, according to what showgoers have been wearing. From Simone Rocha hairclips to Staud handbags, see fashion month's best-selling items in the gallery below. Plus, shop a few suggestions for yourself to get in on the street style action, too. Simone Rocha Hairclips: These beaded accessories were a hit in London and add an instant dose of pretty to any hairstyle. No wonder they jumped in online searches and sales — 33 percent and 23 percent, respectively — during Fashion Month.
Simone Rocha Silver-tone faux pearl hair slide, $105,
available at Net-a-Porter.
L. Erickson Pearl and Metal Barrette, $80,
available at France Luxe.
Jennifer Behr Nivia Barrette, $225,
available at Revolve. Off-White x Jimmy Choo Shoes: The high-end collaboration, which debuted at Paris Fashion Week last season, made multiple cameos in a variety of styles, like the padded leather boots and heels with a plastic overlay. Lyst noticed online searches for the collection increased by 40 percent, while sales were up by 14 percent.
Off-White x Jimmy Choo Black Satin Pointy Toe Pumps with Rouched TPU, $1,195,
available at Jimmy Choo.
Gianvito Rossi Suede Plexi Pumps, $795,
available at FWRD.
Kendall + Kylie Haven Clear Booties, $93,
available at Shopbop. Burberry Trenches: In London, showgoers wore their support for Christopher Bailey and his final Burberry collection in the form of Burberry trenches in a classic khaki or checkered print. Their impact transferred online, says Lyst, as the brand's outerwear gained 36 percent more in searches and 29 percent in sales.
Burberry laminated tartan trench coat, $2,900,
available at Farfetch.
En Or Check Coloration Cream Check Trench Coat, $308,
available at W Concept.
Red & Blue Plaid Long Trench Coat, $395,
available at the Frankie Shop. Le Specs Sunglasses: Adam Selman's coveted collaboration with the Australian sunnies label is still kicking from last season; searches grew by 29 percent and sales by 12 percent.
Le Specs x Adam Selman The Last Lolita cat-eye acetate sunglasses, $120,
available at Net-a-Porter.
Le Specs Halfmoon Magic, $59,
available at Le Specs.
Cat-Eye Sunglasses, $35,
available at Genuine People. Saks Potts Coats: The Copenhagen-based outerwear label to watch expanded its global presence with a New York Fashion Week debut, stirring interest among the industry. Online shoppers were curious, too, as searches for the brand rose 49 percent and sales by 20 percent.
Saks Potts Foxy fur-trimmed leather coat, $1,775,
available at MatchesFashion.com.
Bluebird Jacket, $160,
available at Unreal Fur.
Shrimps Faux Fur Coat, $344,
available at Stylebop. Football (Soccer) Scarves: Football (or American soccer) scarves have long been a menswear trend, thanks to streetwear and skate brands, like Gosha Rubchinskiy and Palace. Now the knitted accessory is catching on among womenswear shoppers with a slight 13-percent increase of online searches and five-percent jump in sales.
Vetements x Reebok Free Hugs Scarf, $280,
available at Stylebop.
Adidas x FC Bayern Munich Soccer Scarf, $20,
available at Urban Outfitters.
Off-White Peace Scarf, $153,
available at Farfetch. Staud Handbags: The cool-girl label started by a Reformation alum was the handbag brand of Fashion Month with plenty of front-row regulars toting around Staud's signature bucket bags. Its impact is seen online, as well, with a big jump in searches by 44 percent and sales by 29 percent.
Staud Moreau Bucket Bag, $375,
available at Staud.
Sensi Studio Netted Straw Tote, $210,
available at Moda Operandi.
Maryam Nassir Zadeh Park Bucket Bag, $510,
available at Beklina. Please note: Occasionally, we use affiliate links on our site. This in no way affects our editorial decision-making.
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