Fashion » Fashion Week Essentials: Associate Accessories Editor Kathy Lee
Fashion Week Essentials: Associate Accessories Editor Kathy Lee
Dressing during the month of February can sometimes lead to a hodgepodge of an outfit, think: wanting to embrace those early spring shipments while attempting to stay warm in heavy-duty winter outwear. Here are some colorful pieces that can be styled with your winter favorites, along with a few key items necessary for the upcoming Fashion Week.
I love this colorblock Fendi cross-body bag; it has the ideal balance of color mixed with neutrals to style with any fashion week outfit.
$2900 at Fendi, New York
I take roughly a 1000 pictures a week while on market appointments and I plan on trading in my old Canon for this up-to-date Nikon camera.
$289 at bhphotovideo.com
I am always looking for the perfect pantsuit—nicely tailored yet still youthful. This Carven ensemble captures this effect with its combination of pastel color and cropped proportions.
Jacket $670, pant, $385, blouse $320 at Barneys New York, barneys.com
I live for BY TERRY products. This Crème de Rose rejuvenates and replenishes my winter skin with its firming and anti-aging active ingredients. My skin glows after every use.
$99 at barneys.com
These neon Jil Sander shoes provide the ideal accent of color—not overpowering but just the right amount of punch.
$450 at jilsander.com
ASOS makes a great variety of socks in different fabrics, colors, and lengths at reasonable prices. It’s a great way to accessorize any look.
$7 at asos.com
I must keep my hands warm while running between shows! Carolina Amato makes a stylish and functional leather and cashmere gloves.
$120 at carolinaamato.com
When it comes to make-up, I have a no-fuss attitude. The only thing I reapply is my Fresh Sugar Lip Treatment SPF 15. I can’t go anywhere without it!
$22.50 at fresh.com
I cannot wear heels 24-7. I will opt out my sky-highs every chance I get for these comfortable and preppy Sam Edelman patent leather loafers.
$130 at endless.com
I can’t wait to wear these raspberry flared Gap 1969 pants! I will pair them with a nude trench coat and heather grey crew neck sweater for an effortless casual look.
$69.50 at 1969 Soho, 212.431.2686