We absolutely live for when our fave Korean celebs take over the New York Fashion Week front rows because they never fail to deliver Looks (yes, with a capital L). You can bet we kept careful, admiring eyes on the annual event's latest leg—below, check out the K-stars we spotted turning heads at NYFW Autumn/Winter 2018:
Park Shin Hye arrived looking fresh-faced as usual for the Coach show. One excuse to cop that fuzzy yellow jacket of hers, please! We're also fond of her softened, subtle take on primary color blocking, teaming the plush marigold bomber with a baby blue skirt and wine-hued suede boots.
Say cheese! Jessica Jung posed for a shot with American designer Ralph Lauren himself, then twirled around town in a simple white dress cinched by a brown leather belt. Note how a pristine column silhouette elongates like nothing else; paired with pointed pumps, you can bet you'll look way taller than you actually are.
It's common knowledge that Irene Kim is a total style cameleon, but this menswear-inspired look has got to be one of our faves from her. On its own, a mustard turtleneck is so now, but styled with the oversized suiting and heritage checks fashion adores at the moment, it becomes unrivaled in its currentness.
To spin some beats over at the Bottega Veneta afterparty, Soo Joo Park donned a fringed, flapper-esque frock that's all about fun. What better look to say "let's party!" in? Slip into a pair of textured pointy flats like hers for simultaneous sass and comfort. Gotta love a multitasking shoe.
Tiffany of girl group Girls' Generation had jaws dropping as she swept in in a decadent fur coat thrown over a contrastingly no-nonsense striped wrap dress. It's both unapologetically outlandish and oddly simple—the white boots and otherwise fuss-free accessories provide the perfect blank canvas for her lavish outerwear pick.