LifestyleFashion Week New York Fashion Week 2016: Fall 2016 trend predictions By Melissa Kravitz firstname.lastname@example.org Updated February 19, 2016 6:18 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email New York Fashion Week -- or should we say fashion nine days and counting -- has come and gone, but the trends are here to stay. Though social media has changed the entire landscape of NYFW -- we've seen all the new styles on Instagram and beyond already -- there's still so much great fashion to anticipate come fall. Here are some styles we saw all over the runways to help you get a head-start on next season's closet. You can pretty much wear them all right now. All black everything Photo Credit: Getty Images OK, so this was a fashion week for New Yorkers, but there were certainly a lot of all-black outfits in almost every collection we saw. Turtlenecks Photo Credit: Getty Images Under, over, layered and layered or just on their own, turtlenecks are here to stay. Knit, lace and made from pretty much any material that can form clothing, turtlenecks were all over the runways this season and will certainly stay in fashion come fall. Menswear for women Photo Credit: Getty Images More and more menswear-inspired styles have been making it on the runways over the past few seasons. Suits, ties and chunky masculine sweaters were all ready for an androgynous fall. Corsets Photo Credit: Getty Images for NYFW: The Shows / Frazer Harrison Just a few days into Fashion Week, the New York Times declared the corset back in an article published Feb. 15. Style reporter Ruth La Ferla called it, "A none-too-subtle riposte to the gender-free looks sweeping the runways only a season ago." No bras Photo Credit: Getty Images Nipples were rather evident on the runways this season. Dresses, sheer tops and catwalk creations were all shown sans bras, and we're expecting this trend to catch on, especially with NYC's prominent #FreeTheNipple crowd. Fur Photo Credit: Getty Images Sorry PETA, fur is in this fall. In all shapes, colors and styles, we saw tons of fur coats and accessories on the runway. By Melissa Kravitz email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.