NYFW: Runway to Real Life

The dust has settled from the models stomping it out at New York Fashion Week so it's time to take stock of everything we learned. Here are the trends you need to know, and how we think they should play out... on your walls. Model decor here we come.

Golden Glamour

Let's be honest, gold will always be on trend. That said, we saw some innovative uses for the popular metallic this season: plays on texture, different shades of muted mattes and luxuriously reflective applications.

"Lumiere II" by Angela Thompson

"Lumiere II" by Angela Thompson

Inspired to get: a little something electric. Start with this print from Angela Thompson, in our Irvine Slim white gallery frame for a bold, bright, modern look. 

Fur

Fur instantly adds weight, color, texture, and glamour. It's that extra somethin' that turns a normal look into, well, a *moment.* And... same goes for your decor. 

"Coats" by KPCreates

"Coats" by KPCreates

Inspired to get: this print by KPCreates paired with our dressed up, wide sloped champagne Bowery frame. A little bit of a chic, and a lot of shimmer.

Shades of Brown

Brown just does not get the respect it deserves. And there's nothing quite as chic a beautifully layered, monotone look. We saw tans and browns and khakis play beautifully together this season - in the more classic designers, the new guard and everything in between.

"The Separation" by Kai Samuels-Davis

"The Separation" by Kai Samuels-Davis

Inspired to get: Something moody and monotone. Like this gorgeous, sculptural Kai Samuels-Davis painting. Choose our wide sloped champagne silver Chelsea frame to round out the look. 

Shoulder Cut-Outs

Tasteful and refined cut-outs – whether on your clothes or your art – are a beautiful way to highlight structure. There's something about this season's take on cut outs that captures a new kind of powerful femininity.

Paper Cut Silhouette of a Woman, ArtHeartsShop

Paper Cut Silhouette of a Woman, ArtHeartsShop

Inspired to get: A paper cut silhouette from ArtHeartsShop. Add a contrasting mat behind the art for a little extra drama or keep it subtle and classic with an all white look. House it all in our natural wood Marin frame for an effortless look. 

Chartreuse and Pink

Bright chartreuse next to soft pink – it's so wrong it's right. Don't you just love it when two things compete so much they begin to harmonize? In fashion, and in art, this is a new take on coloring outside the lines.

"Unfeigned" by Carlos ARL

"Unfeigned" by Carlos ARL

Inspired to get: this gorgeous and bold piece by Carlos ARL. Pair this art with the pecan tone of our Sonoma wood frame for a clean, natural accent to the dissonant colors in the art.  

90's Throwback

With so much 90's nostalgia lately (we're looking at you Fuller House and X-Files), it's no surprise it was all over the runways. And we're not mad.

"Debbie Harry" by Kate Worum

"Debbie Harry" by Kate Worum

Inspired to get: this Debbie Harry print from Kate Worum. While admittedly not a 90's star, she captures that 90s attitude perfectly. Throw this showstopper in our mirrored Brentwood frame and whoop there it is.

Funky Floral

We saved the best for last. Jewel-toned colors, plush fabrics, competing patterns and refined tailoring were everywhere, all at the same time.

"Seasonal" by Beth Hoeckel

"Seasonal" by Beth Hoeckel

Inspired to get: this funky fresh collage from Beth Hoeckel. The colors, competing patterns, and jewel tones capture that curated luxurious look. Pair it with our beaded gold Concord frame for a glamorous finish.

Fashion photography courtesy of Women's Wear Daily


What do you think? Which trend are you most ready to try at home? Any trends we missed?