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The first major fashion week of the season has begun, and celebrities, models, influencers, and moguls are holding no bars when it comes to putting together some incredible looks. The streets of New York City are adorned with monochrome and cross-genre ensembles (think: athleisure meets work wear).
2020 will be a banner year for tailoring and matching sets, but what will separate these classic looks from their predecessors will be the unexpected. Pairing a Chanel blazer with space age eyewear, chunky sneakers with mini skirts, and tie dye on tie dye on tie dye will not only be encouraged, but likely ubiquitous.
It's easy to see the total inclusivity towards which fashion is headed. The only faux pas is faux pas itself—no style, shape, color, or pattern is reserved for any one kind of person, which has opened the world of fashion up to new possibilities and unadulterated creativity.
From this season's NYFW, here are our favorite looks:
Left: Charlotte Groeneveld picture outside of the Longchamp show wearing chunky sneakers and a red Longchamp ensemble. Right: A guest wears a bright yellow jumpsuit outside Self-Portrait.
Left: A guest outside the Jason Wu show at New York Fashion Week wearing a beige trench-style coat with bold, shimmery pink knee-high boots. Right: Victoria Barbara pictured wearing Bottega Veneta shoes, a coordinated orange pant-and-shirt ensemble, and carrying a Fendi bag.
Left: A guest wears a stunning, patterned black and white dress. Right: Cassandra Dimicco pictured outside of the Longchamp show, wearing a black and white ensemble accented by a brown leather bag.
Guests pose outside the Longchamp show at New York Fashion Week.