Street Style at the Carolina Herrera Fall 2019 fashion show took a happy turn as the steps of the New-York Historical Society filled with bold prints, explosive colors, and extravagant volume. New York City may have been grey but spring peeked through as Carolina Herrera guests colored the streets of the Upper West Side. Actress Shailene Woodley beamed as photographers captured her in the Spring 2019 embellished taxicab yellow overcoat. The actress was a ray of sunshine as she paired the overcoat with the printed ruffled blouse and celadon green shorts from the same collection. Hosting the Carolina Herrera Instagram Live, Gala Gonzalez (who arrived with creative director Wes Gordon)added a touch of playfulness to her fashion show look as she complimented the black cropped button-down with a high slit peony plaid skirt from the Spring 2019 collection and completed her look with the Mariola brown Tiny CH Initials Insignia. Bold feather-inspired patterns came in the shape of a wide-leg palazzo two-piece from Pre-Fall 2019 that actress Camilla Belle paired with a CH Mini Scala Insignia clutch.

Flamingo pink and yellow hues from Resort 2019 collection stopped traffic as Silvia Braz accessorized the striped off the shoulder A-line dress and long-line flamingo pink trench coat with a show-stopping yellow CH Victoria Insignia handbag. There was an exuberant showcase of fashion that featured lots of color and pattern both on and off the runway this past week as spring was handed to us in the form of street style.  Korean pop star Jessica Jung added a fun twist to the classic Herrera white button down by pairing it with Pre-Fall 2019 embellished mini dress. Yellow was a guest favorite on the streets of fashion week as Argentine actress Calu Rivero dazzled in head-to-toe CH Carolina Herrera. The actress turned heads as she exited the museum in yellow polka dotted A-line skirt and striped coat, finishing off the spring inspired look with a yellow CH Initials Insignia hip bag. Silk chiffon ruffles dotted with equestrian embellishments, high necklines and exaggerated sleeves on the evergreen dress from Spring 2019 paired perfectly with custom embroidered boots as Jenny Cipoletti of Margo and Me smiled for photographers. Patterns made a statement on the streets of New York as Paola Alberdi of Blank Itinerary stepped out in a polka dot printed ruffle top, peony plaid embellished blazer and matching trousers. The blogger finished the look with a white CH Initials Insignia hip bag. Taxi Cab yellow palazzo pants and floral prints from Spring 2019 paired with CH Victoria Insignia handbag made an appearance as Babba Rivera stepped out into the spotlight.

The guests radiated femininity, happiness, and elegance as past Carolina New York collections lit up the streets and paved way for the new Fall 2019 collection that is defined by hothouse flowers and bold color.

Images by George Elder and Leo Faria.