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Best Backstage Looks From NYFW (and How to Steal Them for Under $100)

Best Backstage Looks From NYFW (and How to Steal Them for Under $100)
Blizzards and freezing temperatures couldn't keep the fashion illuminati from New York Fashion Week. Their fabulous first-row couture gave no signs of the snow that overtook sidewalks. While the famous had their eyes on the runway, our Style Editor kept eyes on celebs in the front of the house (and backstage) to bring you the best looks from NYFW. 

1 Test the Waters

We call this look Aquatic Whimsy. An iridescent kiss of shimmer dances like the sun across deep ocean waters. Bella Hadid mastered this look with shiny, pin-straight hair and oversize metal earrings. Gloria, our oversize square acetate sunglasses, have the same glossy iridescent pattern over moody ocean blue hues and ultra-sleek metal temples.

Bella Hadid in Michael Kors at New York Fashion Week, paired with PERVERSE sunglasses style Gloria 01-Starry Night, $98. (Photo courtesy Vogue.com.)


2 Black is (still) EVERYTHING

You can't talk Fashion Week without talking Anna Wintour and her LBS (Little Black Sunnies. Miss Wintour paired her classic black full-tinted sunglasses with a two-toned jacket and black stockings. 


Anna Wintour at Calvin Klein during New York Fashion Week, paired with PERVERSE sunglasses in style Smitten 05-Cat, $45. (Image: Getty Images)



3 The Fine Print

SJP's stunning and intricate jacquard jacket is like a walking piece of art. The vintage effect is delightfully contemporary, featuring shades of gold, olive greens, and inter-weavings of a gorgeous rust color. 



SJP sitting front row at Calvin Klein NYFW Fall 2017. We paired her jacquard jacket with PERVERSE sunglasses style Mutiny 02-Page, a stylish rounded-cat eye. (Image: Getty Images)

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