The complete NYFW trend guide for spring 2018

New York Fashion Week this season has continued to push the boundaries when it comes to greater inclusivity, as shown by Torrid staging its first fashion week show, along with plus-size brand Addition Elle. Star-studded front rows continued to be a staple, bringing out political activist Gloria Steinem for the Prabal Gurung show, Kim Kardashian (sans Kanye West), Nicki Minaj, and even the Hilton sisters.

But the bigger question is — what were the biggest trends of NYFW?

We rounded up nine of the hottest trends that we guarantee you will see all over the streets come spring 2018. But you might spot some of these trends trickling down the fast-fashion circuit sooner than you think.

Click above to see all of the cuts, prints, colors, and silhouettes you need to know about before shopping for next season’s wardrobe.

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On trend

Here’s your NYFW SS18 trend report. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Split personality

Split colored trousers and hoodies like those seen at Calvin Klein and Public School prove that mismatching fabrics and shades are no longer relegated to Halloween. You can easily DIY your own version if you prefer to forgo the designer route. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Solace London

A model wearing a split colored skirt. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Alexander Wang

A model wearing a split colored pants. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Calvin Klein

A model wearing split colored pants. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Public School

A model wearing a split colored sweatshirt. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Sorbet shades

Millennial pink is out, and the sweetest pastel shades in blue, green, pink and lavendar are in. Match your look with your favorite sorbet flavor come next spring. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Delpozo

A model in head-to-toe sorbet shades. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Michael Kors

A model in pastel pink. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Sies Marjan

A model in lime green. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Victoria Beckham

A model in pastel purple. (Photo: ImaxTree)

On the fringe

Fringe was seen all over the catwalk. Fringe dresses receive a fresh update in styles shown by Calvin Klein, Monse, Prabal Gurung, and DVF. Fortunately, you no longer need to be attending a flapper-style “Great Gatsby” party to rock fringe. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Calvin Klein

A model in fringe. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Monse

A model wearing a fringe skirt. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Prabal Gurung

A model in a dress with fringe accents. (Photo: ImaxTree)

DVF

A model in a dress with green fringe accents. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Leotard exposure

Athleisure just became a little bit sexier. Models at Tom Ford and Baja East wore their sporty trousers low, showing off their hips peeking out from their leotards. This runway trend might be the easiest to assemble from your closet, but it is surely not the most realistic. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Tom Ford

A model wearing a peekaboo leotard. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Kith Sport

A model in a one-shoulder leotard. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Fenty x Puma

A model in a sporty leotard. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Baja East

A model in a white leotard. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Daytime sequins

Sequin tops, pants, and dresses aren’t relegated only to evening wear any longer. Take a cue from Monse and pair a sequin shirt with your favorite wide-leg pants or a style tip from Michael Kors and pair an oversized oxford shirt with sequin trousers. Wear sequins to lunch, to the park, or simply out on the town. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Monse

A model in a sequin top. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Michael Kors

A model in sequin pants. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Jeremy Scott

A model in a sequin dress. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Marc Jacobs

A model in sequins. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Fresh cuts

Cut-outs in unexpected places are the fresh new way to wear the trend. From bra tops to dresses, showing a little bit of skin is still very much in. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Helmut Lang

A model in a black cut-out dress. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Prabal Gurung

A model in a yellow cut-out dress. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Alexander Wang

A model in a black-and-white cut-out dress. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Jeremy Scott

A model in a purple cut-out dress. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Denim for days

The Canadian Tuxedo look gets an update. All over denim looks from denim jumpsuits to jackets and skirt combos, as well as denim corset bustiers with skinny jeans, are no longer a fashion “don’t.” (Photo: ImaxTree)

Adam Selman

A model in a denim dress and hat. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Colovos

A model in a denim jumpsuit. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Simon Miller

A model in a denim jumpsuit. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Tom Ford

A model in a denim skirt and shirt. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Vibrant plaids

Plaids get a fresh look in vibrant colors. Don’t be surprised if you see colorful plaid coats, pants, jumpsuits, and dresses all over the streets next spring. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Marc Jacobs

A model in an orange and white plaid coat. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Rosie Assoulin

A model in a plaid shirt and pants. (Photo: ImaxTree)

Adam Selman

A model in a plaid dress. (Photo: ImaxTree)