We're a few days away from wrapping up New York Fashion Week, and the street style is still going strong. On Monday, the rain didn't deter showgoers from dressing up. Instead, they opted for their brightest, boldest colors and prints. One motif that's still going strong is zebra, which we spotted on a number of fashion people (polka dots came in a close second), so it's not too late to stock up on this trend.
There were a few must-see shows on the docket for day four, including Carolina Herrera, Dion Lee, Anna Sui, Proenza Schouler, and Oscar de la Renta. A few designers opted out of a proper runway show, too, and hosted some interesting takes on a traditional presentation: 3.1 Phillip Lim opened its flagship store to the public, friends, and family to showcase its Fall 2020 collection, while Helmut Lang hosted a photo exhibit that featured the newest designs. Plus, Kate Spade New York held a private preview, so industry folks could see the collection up close and personal.
With two more days left on the schedule, we have a feeling that the fashion crowd will pull out all of the stops on the sartorial front. Keep watching this space to see what everyone wears next.
Check out all of our favorite street style looks from day four of New York Fashion Week, below.
If we could bottle up ASMR into an outfit it would be this super streamlined look.
This polka-dot dress deserves all of the photo ops.
Wide-leg jeans are all we think about now.
Love the hint of print in this all-pink outfit.
Tiny sunglasses, eat your heart out.
BRB, searching our early-aughts closet for a sequin tube top.
Making this polka-dot print oversized feels super modern.
Pare down a bold print with classic staples.
The pop of neon takes this colorblocked look to a whole new level.
If you keep the color palette simple, you can wear as many prints and textures as you'd like.
Anchor a trendy knitted sweater with timeless denim.
Chance of rain but make it fashion.
Make Fashion Gloves A Thing In 2020!
We love this dandy-inspired look.
Want to wear your favorite spring dress in the winter? Wear it over a base layer.
Taking style notes on this baggy-blazer-and-belt move.
Planning to copy this casual, effortless outfit next weekend.
Who says you can't dress up a hoodie?
Try the tie-dye trend on a pair of tights next time.
Meanwhile, the yee-haw aesthetic is still going strong, too.
Let's count the ways we love this outfit: the fuzzy bag, the printed coat, the lug sole shoes...
Coats shouldn't have to cover up these Very Good Dresses.
This pretty pastel color is making us long for spring.
New York Fashion Week wouldn't be complete without a tiny bag cameo.