This fashion week may have been about the men, but the women caught our eyes too. Dressed to perfection, though not in the typical fashion week kind of way, the women’s street style presented a unique yet united front. Not quite masculine but also not feminine, the look was as if the girls had borrowed a little something from the boys and made it their own. The uniform included oversized silhouettes that sat away from the body yet cocooned it at the same time. There were certainly no figure-hugging, womanly dresses but rather vintage denim, turtleneck sweaters, baggy coats, and felt fedoras. The slight feminine edge remained only in the details with curved shoulders, flared hems and delicate draping all essentials for the week. Masculinity showed not only in silhouettes but also styles, with military-esque, khaki, bomber jackets becoming a must-have fashion week item. While khaki created a pop of colour in the wintery sea of greys, blacks and camels, rich hues of reds and light pastel blues created a similar effect. Often worn completely head-to-toe, these highlight colours broke up the uniformity of the pack with a punch and once again caught our eyes. We certainly may have meant to be looking at the men, but these style-savvy women just wouldn’t let us miss them!