Celebrities have professional stylists to turn them into our most prized style icons, but New York Fashion Week beckons all the true trendsetters. Fashion lovers from all over flock to Lincoln Center to showcase their wildest and most eye-catching outfits. While you may not be a mega-star like Lady Gaga or Beyonce, if wearing the right outfit during Fashion Week, you will definitely get that paparazzi attention. Photographers and bloggers swarm to the most stylish folks, yearning for fashion credits and details. "Who are you wearing? Where did you get that from?" are questions not only asked on the red carpet.
It's a jungle of wild prints, costume jewelry, designer exceptionals, and killer shoes. Well-dressed lurkers pace around the landmark's fountain, nonchalantly looking around or having a faux-phone call hopefully waiting to be asked to take a picture. Many dressed their best, but only a few will be documented into cyber space. So if you want to be stopped and shot, look to our street style picks for inspiration.
Below are our real deal Style Steal features (who are indeed stylist-free).
Meet Danielle and Chantelle Piper. These twin sisters are fashion designers and are wearing their own creation from their line Kastel Designs.
Meet Cahlei and Nicole. These fab fashionistas were partying it up at Saks for Fashion's Night Out. Cahlei (L) is wearing an American Apparel maxi dress with a vintage long sheer jacket and Steve Madden boots. Nicole (R) is wearing a Walter Baker dress.
Meet Jinna Yang of Grease and Glamour. This trendsetting fashionista said she feels like she's wearing her pajamas. If only pajamas looked so fab! She's wearing a vinage jacket, United Colors of Benetton crop top, vintage pants, and Versace shoes.
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