A bright red cape and headband. Creamy cable knit pants. Overcoats of all sorts: Single-breasted and double-breasted, in shades of camel and pink, some skimming knees and others falling closer to the floor.
All were clothes that stood out on the streets of New York City last month, as people started bundling up for the season. The most memorable style was not just about garments, but how they were worn with a certain presence — the type that makes you want to look a little closer, stare a little longer and squint a little harder to make sure you’ve taken in every detail.