New York Fashion Week kicked off Thursday, Feb. 11, bringing Fall/Winter 2016 trends to runways across the city.
Gigi Hadid, Karlie Kloss and Yumi Lambert were among the models who showed off monochrome looks, bold prints, textured designs, colorful clutches and warm furs from designers such as Rihanna, Jeremy Scott and Thomas Wylde.
Singer Rihanna debuted her FENTY PUMA by Rihanna collection Friday, sending model Gigi Hadid down the runway in a plush coat and pointed-toe stiletto sneakers.
Cushnie Et Ochs featured monochrome pieces as well, including a delicate white top and bottom with black gloves.
Karlie Kloss wore different prints to open and close the Jeremy Scott show Monday -- a bright leopard coat and a pink polka-dotted dress, both with fur detail.
Alice and Olivia showed off retro-inspired prints the next day, while Hiromi Asai incorporated Asian patterns.
Thomas Wylde added a pop of color by sending an orange dress with embellished detail and oversized, ruffled sleeves down the runway Monday. The trend was also seen with Leanne Marshall's layered tulle gowns and Jeremy Scott's colorful coat on model Soo Joo Park.
Models accessorized with small but colorful clutch purses on several runways at New York Fashion Week. Alice and Olivia featured a herringbone pouch with embroidered detail, while Desigual used the same pattern for both purse and outfit.
Ever-controversial fur kept models warm in numerous shows, including Thomas Wylde and Concept Korea. Wylde included several fur pieces, including a dramatic full-length coat, while Concept Korea incorporated oversized fur stoles. Desigual featured colorful, faux-fur coats.