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Welcome to#TalksDaily. A digital series where we chat with industry insiders and tastemakers to reveal their seasonal essentials and trend predictions. This week, we chatted with seasonsed bi-costal wardrobe stylist; Valeriya Becher as she shares her NYFW style report from previous shows and events this season.

Courtney of Kristen Jones

"10 years of professional practice with personal clients allows, me to give recommendations of styling yourself for any season." -Valeriya Becher

Photo Credit: Vera Mezentseva



Valeriya Becher: Professional secret, select one main image-base piece and build your outfit around it. If you are not sure if you should use a lot of accessories with your look then get rid of a couple of things.

Valeriya Becher: Be yourself, select pieces that reflect your personality. Your wardrobe should speak for you and you should feel comfortable and confident in anything you wear.



Cassius oversized pilot sunglasses



105mm crocodile-effect boots


Shela open-knit maxi dress


Metallic leather wallet on chain



We’ve learned a lot from this seasoned stylist! Let these trends from New York Fashion Week act as your outfit inspiration this upcoming season!

TALKS DAILY: How did you prepare for this year's fashion week?

Valeriya Becher: After visiting the Metropolitan Museum I was inspired by classical art such as; shapes, colors, lines and style combinations. Lastly, I went through the hashtag #streetsonyc photos on social media to catch the vibe and electric energy of my favorite city.

TALKS DAILY: A must have accessory essential during fashion week?

Valeriya Becher: Fashion eyewear and vintage timeless accessories.

TALKS DAILY: Color that was seen often this year(fashion season?)

Valeriya Becher: Plenty of bright energizing colors, alongside gorgeous combinations of contrast colors were seen on the runaways. As we previewed the SS/23 season this September, there were countless pastel dusty's and absolutely stunning shades, which brought a tender, romantic and the eternal feminine character to every piece.

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