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Just call us Pavlov's dogs: We're conditioned to bundle up, even if it comes at the expense of an adorable outfit. It sucks. And, even more sucky: The time-wasting that comes with figuring said topper into the rest of our outfit. But, seeing as to how you spend almost as much time finding cabs, walking from errand to errand, and
waiting in cutting lines at clubs as you do indoors, it's only right you put as much effort into your shell as you do to that so-chic ensemble underneath.
To solve this cold-weather dilemma, we've rounded up 15 of the most stylish coat looks spotted on real New Yorkers. Our trusty photographer hit the streets to snap up the most eye-catching outerwear on the block, and the outfits didn't disappoint: From Karlie Kloss' classic trench to a structured peacoat on Steven Rojas, these protective layes are so inspiring, they might just make you want to keep bundling up straight through springtime. But then again, maybe not. Woof woof!
Photographed by YoungJun Koo
Oscar de la Renta, fashion designer and entrepreneur, has died at the age of 82 after a long battle with cancer, ABC News and WWD report.
The designer was born in the Dominican Republic in 1932 and rose to fame in the '60s when he dressed Jacqueline Kennedy. He went on to outfit several other first ladies, including read
Halloween is ultimately what you make of it. Some spare no expense crafting the perfect couple's costume while others play the holiday on the cheap — embracing their thrifty side with drugstore buys and repurposed clothing that they already own. If you're in the former category, Charlotte Olympia's limited edition "Trick read