There's something comforting about waking up on a Sunday with the sun shining and the prospect of a hearty, conversation-filled brunch in a few hours. It makes the ritual of getting ready and putting your best face forward a little more exciting than usual. (Probably because you get to do this at your leisure and not under the stress of commuting.) Sundays in New York are filled with brunchers, shoppers, walkers, and more. Fashion week only ups the ante; suddenly everyone looks incredible, refreshed, and ready for the week ahead. This past weekend was no exception: The sun was out, the style was aplenty, and that creative vibrancy New York is known for was infectious. We're only a few days away from NYFW's final bow. Let's keep this energy going strong.
Missed yesterday's street style? Say no more. We got you.
Stars and camo forever.
Do NOT for one second think we don't see that larger-than-life phone case in hand.
Intergalactic adventures await when you're rocking pants this metallic.
Yep, NYLON's global editor-in-chief Gabrielle Korn is, indeed, a wild feminist.
Well, you heard Justine Skye's call to action. Step up!
Hole-d up! This Fenty x Puma number looks even better off the runway.
When emojis come to life.
Flames. That's what these looks, complete with sleek lines, bold color, and a cheeky message, give off.
Is... that... phone case fuzzy AND red? G-I-M-M-E! (We'll also take the gold heart-shaped purse too. Thanks.)
Filing this look under Comfy Villain.
Now that's what you'd call fringe benefits.
Ground control to Major Tom, we have an interstellar moment on our hands.
Blue ombre for the major win.
Julia Gail and Dani Stahl turning heads.
Lovely in lilac, bolder in yellow.
Susie Lau's crushed velvet blazer is, perhaps, having the most fun fashion week ever.
We see you in that Jean Paul Gaultier, Chioma Nnadi.
What the tuck is this moment? It's love at first sight, that's what.
C'mon structure! C'mon denim! C'mon basket! C'mon style!
Goth Parisian is our fall vibe.
A tarot reading? As a dress? Here for it.
You just KNOW this outfit comes alive when it's windy out.
The universe, with that mandala, is quite literally on this outfit's side.
Tayla Parkx's braid-volution is truly a sight to take in and appreciate.
Sandy Liang was made for Madeline Poole.
Francesca Curran is comin' at ya live in technicolor Vivienne Tam.