From the Runway to the Home: 2014 Fall Trends

by Amy Azzarito

The other day, I popped into around the corner from the office to try on a fuzzy white coat that was calling to me from the window. With the muggy heat that we’ve had in NYC lately, it’s hard to remember that soon we’ll be wearing coats, sweaters and boots (and by , it might be very soon indeed). If this winter is anything like last year, I’m going to be spending a lot of time indoors. When the weather gets cold, my fashion sensibility goes straight out the window so I might as well translate the looks from the runway to the place where I’ll be spending my winter days and nights (most likely dressed in leggings and slippers).  –Amy

Image above: cape by with $149; and $42

Image above: For the birds! Birds are big. Detail from +

See more Fall 2014 trends after the jump!

Image above: Dots! + $12;  $44; and $49-$400

Image above: Star dress from + $32.50-$119; and $39.50

Image above: Can you even call it fall without a chunky knit trend? This cape is from + , $49.99-69.99; $98; and $29

Image above: Vogue is calling this and here it is in a + $398; and $69 -$79

Image above: Black velvet is back! + , $3,196; and $495


Image above: Gold from + , starting from $16; $89

Image above: It’s not just black velvet that’s making the trend rounds. This purple velvet evening gown is from + $288

Image above: Channeling the muppets with a coat by + $148; and $1,225 (More muppets from Fall 2014 )

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  • I really appreciate this translation from fashion runway to home decor. I would love to see this kind of on-going connection between what is on our bodies to what is in the lived environment

  • Fascinating post as always and great findings from fashion and interior design world to collide together in a way that makes so much sense. Patterns and textures walking down the runway are definitely reflected in everyday objects around us, and I guess vice versa…. Looking forward to more posts like this!

  • These posts are super. Totally agree that they should become a regular feature with each NYFW or seasons!

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