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During all my years of childhood, there were few VHS tapes that got more playtime than my copy of The Little Mermaid. As a young tot (and an adult, TBH) I was utterly fascinated and intrigued by the aesthetic of a life below the sea—the colors, shiny mermaid tale vibes, big musical numbers by fish friends. And Elsa Hosk’s NYFW amfAR Gala outfit was the perfect example of how to bring those dreamy aesthetics into real life (without looking like you’re just a gal who used to be obsessed with Ariel from The Little Mermaid). Achieving an ideal mermaid vibe is difficult, but Elsa Hosk has managed to do it perfectly. Are we even surprised?

While attending the annual amfAR Gala—which supports AIDS research—Elsa Hosk donned the most gorgeous metallic Rick Owens dress. Rick Owens, in case you’re not familiar with the designer, is known for his wild runways. If you’ve ever seen aliens model during a fashion week, it was probably while wearing Rick Owens’ designs. His looks are always edgy and cool, so it comes as no surprise that this metallic and mermaid-y dream of a dress is a Rick Owens piece.

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Wearing Rick Owens

Plus, the metallic gown has pockets, which is more than I can say for the majority of dresses in my closet right now. I think Ariel would totally approve of this dress—and maybe even wear it if she was in her human form in 2020. Elsa Hosk rocking the dress, though, is good enough for me. A modern day mermaid, if you will.

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Of course, you could also say that this Rick Owens gown has more alien vibes than it does mermaid ones, and I would respect the opinion. On a Rick Owens runway, the dress probably did look much more extra-terrestrial. At the end of the day, it’s all up to interpretation. And isn’t that was fashion is these days, anyway?

As much as I love a good NYFW runway, I’m always most excited to see what people wear to the shows. Whether it’s celebrities, influencers or people lucky enough to snag an invite, these fashion show guests always know how to serve outfit inspiration for days. The New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020 street style is yet another collection of impeccable ensembles that will have you questioning your own wardrobe—or at least trying to figure out how to use your own clothes to look that cool. From the latest trends to ensembles you’d never expect, the NYFW Fall/Winter 2020 street style is a delightful assortment of enviable looks.

I absolutely love to see what people wear to impress photographers, designers and the people at home (i.e. me!!!). Sometimes I think about what I might wear to fashion week, and the outfits I come up with are never as cool as those I see photographed. Maybe with some practice I could totally win the sartorial game, but until then, I’m happy just to get inspiration from those who are already at the top.

In this particular group of street style ensembles, you can expect to see several 2020 fashion trends. Matching sets are, of course, a popular look amongst fashion week goers. You’ll also see a lot of maximalist coats and many, many instance of perfectly balanced pattern clashing. Is it the year of the over-the-knee boot or something? Because there have been so many amazing of these shoe looks on the streets. You’ll see all these cool AF trends and more below in our favorite New York Fashion Week street style picks.

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The weather hasn’t even started to warm up—Although the groundhog did predict we’d have an early spring—but we’re already over here thinking about the fall 2020 fashion trends. As I’m sure many of you would agree, fall typically has some of the cutest trends: sweaters, chic outerwear and beautiful colors inspired by the season. If you’re a fan of autumnal clothing, then the 2020 fall fashion trends are right up your alley. Yes, New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020 is at its end, but the fall and winter styles are already on their way to your favorite retailers. We got a sneak preview of what to expect straight from the runways, and boy, are these trends good.

From autumnal hues ready to be the pop of color your wardrobe needs to some trends you’ll see throughout the entirety of 2020, these looks are sure to dominate the streets—and your Instagram feed. Designers like Christian Siriano and Coach have been right on the pulse of the fall 2020 fashion trends, and I personally cannot wait to rock all of these styles in the upcoming months. There’s a little something for everyone (and every body type). All it takes to look amazing wearing one of these trends is simply to put it on your body.

Below, you’ll find seven trends you can expect to see in the fall and winter of this year. Whether you’re a self-identified fashionista or just someone who likes to stay up to date on the current styles, you’re going to swoon over these fall trends. We haven’t reached spring yet, but I’m already looking forward to autumn.

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Priscavera show, Runway, Fall Winter 2020, New York Fashion Week, USA

Oversized Suiting—

There’s no doubt that 2019 was the year of the suit, and 2020 is no different. Suits—specifically oversized suits—will reign for fall and winter 2020. Whether you choose to don a full suit or just one piece (Shout out to oversized blazers continuing to trend this year!!), you can’t go wrong.

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Sergio Hudson show, Runway, Fall Winter 2020, New York Fashion Week, USA

Big-Ass Fuzzy Coats—

The main goal for fall and winter 2020? Stay warm AF. Huge fuzzy coats are going to be everywhere for the cold months, so if you’re always freezing, you’re in luck. Cozying up in these giant coats can be your only perogative.

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Christian Siriano show, Runway, Fall Winter 2020, New York Fashion Week, USA

Feelin’ Fuchsia—

Fuchsia is about to be everywhere this fall and winter, folks. Forget wearing all black—It’s going to be a colorful fall. This fun color plays well with neutrals or other fun brights, so go ahead and wear it how you please. Pair a fuchsia top with classic black skinnies or add a fuchsia skirt to an all-neon outfit.

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Coach show, Runway, Fall Winter 2020, New York Fashion Week, USA

Mix It Up—

Pattern mixing is always a fun way to shake things up when you’re in a fashion rut, and it’s officially approve for fall and winter 2020. Play with pairing different stripes or polka dots or go even wilder with mixing up dissimilar patterns. Go bold or go home, babes.

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Tadashi Shoji show, Runway, Fall Winter 2020, New York Fashion Week, USA

Long-Sleeved Gloves—

Gloves! Are! Back! Forget only wearing gloves to a debutante ball—This accessory is here to stay for any formal occasion in 2020. Whether they’re neutral or a colorful hue, you’re sure to stand out (and stay on trend) with gloves this year.

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Proenza Schouler show, Runway, Fall Winter 2020, New York Fashion Week, USA

It’s Just Asymmetry—

We saw a lot of asymmetry in the spring and summer 2020 trends, and it looks like they’re here to stay through fall and winter. Asymmetry is a fun style to play around with no matter your personal style, so go minimalist or bold. Either way, you’re sure to look hip AF.

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Christian Siriano show, Runway, Fall Winter 2020, New York Fashion Week, USA

Wide-Brim Hats—

Block out your haters and the sun with the trendy wide-brim hat. Sure, they air on the dramatic side, but this accessory is sure to pack a punch with any ensemble. Don’t be afraid to attempt this fall and winter trend—You never know how amazing something might look on you until you try it out.

Hi, it’s me, the new Fashion & Lifestyle Editor here at StyleCaster. As a longtime beauty writer, making the switch to working in capital-F Fashion was more than a little bit daunting. Especially when you factor in that my first week on the job just so happened to be New York Fashion Week. I had to look office-appropriate, feel comfortable enough to run from show to show, and still be on-trend enough to get stopped for a few street style snapshots. It wasn’t easy to create the perfect street style outfits that still worked well for my first week as an ~official~ fashion editor, but according to my Instagram likes, I did a pretty good job.

I’d be lying if I said I woke up every morning of Fashion Week and threw on whatever thrilled me. It’s my first Fashion Week as an editor, not my first Fashion Week ever, y’all. I knew the drill! In reality, NYFW requires a lot of prep, and I had four key references when styling my looks. First, a few brands very kindly lent me pieces to be styled, which made a few of my outfits no-brainers. Second, my subscription to Rent The Runway really came in clutch, as I was able to wear an outfit to an AM show, drop it off at the Rent The Runway store, and have a new look delivered to my apartment for the very next day. Third, I thrifted a LOT of fun accessories. When you can’t splurge on designer duds, jazzing up your current wardrobe with unique thrift finds can really change the game. Last but not least, I had my very own closet, of course. There’s no better time to explore your own wardrobe and get creative with what you’ve already got than while prepping some NYFW slays.

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Day One:

Here I am posing with my far-more-stylish friend, Belle! Afaf Zahira, the genius Creative Director of Heurueh, blessed me this (very cold) Fashion Week by lending me a few beautiful faux fur coats from her company. This pink-and-brown fur situation is my fave, and I wore it not once, but twice this week. While I’m all for wearing my fave pieces often on the reg, it’s rare to repeat during NYFW, so that says a lot about how much I loved this coat!

Because it was rainy and gloomy outside, I stuck with cheery bright pink but kept my overall look comfortable, with basic black boots and the Topshop Rose Long Sleeve Shirtdress. I paired it all with a classic black Chanel bag and a matching (lol) black umbrella. Since the look was so low-key, I really didn’t expect to get my photo taken, but because my friend, Belle, was also wearing a pink faux fur Heurueh coat, the photogs couldn’t get enough of us together. Shout out Will from @collectiveframes, aka my all-time fave street style photographer! Pro tip: If you’re scared to get your photo taken solo, coordinate with a friend.

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Day Two:

‘Twas on this day that I snapped with a full athleisure fit. My joggers, long-sleeved shirt, and yellow bomber are all by Pyer Moss, and I rented the trio using my trusty Rent The Runway subscription. Y’all, I wouldn’t have survived Fashion Week without it! (Use my code RTRFAM11C7505 for a discounted membership if you feel the urge!) I styled the $1,035 three-piece set with some rain boots I picked up at River Island during a recent London trip, and avoided any rain-ruined hair by throwing mine up in a basic pony.

To distract from the underwhelming hairdo, I whipped up this black-and-yellow graphic eye look. I felt VERY nervous with the dramatic makeup and updo, but almost everyone I saw agreed this was my best look of the week. Good makeup can really make or break a ‘fit, y’all. To think, sweatpants and rain boots were my top NYFW slay!

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Night Two:

When Day Two was winding down, a surprise landed on my desk. Okay, in my email inbox: a ticket to Christian Siriano’s Fall/Winter 2020 show. I was over the moon! I knew right away that I needed something a little more glam than my Pyer Moss athleisure look, so I ran home and threw on a look Victoria’s Secret had gifted me for just such an occasion. I paired one of their bustiers (The Lightly Lined Bustier is the most similar style currently available) with the stunning Button Midi Skirt in “Bronzed Olive” and grabbed one of my go-to thrift finds, a small black beaded evening bag. Was I cold? Yes. Did I slay? Yes. Zero regrets.

While I usually snag a second-row seat (Sometimes, for smaller shows, even front row!), I found myself fourth row for Siriano, a seat I was still thrilled to have. In fact, it gave me the perfect view of the star-studded front row across the way. I watched Heidi Klum, Alicia Silverstone, and Leslie Jones as closely as I watched the actual models—I even snapped this video of Leslie cheering on Coco Rocha, which then went viral, getting posted by Saint Hoax, InStyle, and even Christian Siriano himself. No big deal!!! (It was a very big deal.)

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Day Three:

This outfit is brought to you by SKIMS Body Tape. Not really, but it should be, because I relied on it heavily to achieve this, um, perky look. Atop my tape I wore a Proenza Schuller Wildflower V-Neck Dress, which typically costs a cool $1650, but you guessed it, I scored it using Rent The Runway. I also rented the Diane Von Furstenberg Navy Soiree Top Handle Bag, thereby saving myself $548 bucks. I topped off my look with the Lele Sadoughi Sugar Petite Padded Candy Jeweled Headband, which got me approached by many a hair blog photographer whilst posing for street style photos. For a little contrast, I threw on the Steve Madden Kinga Boot in “Blue Snake.” I wouldn’t normally clash like this in my daily life, but at Fashion Week, anything goes!

It was in this outfit that I answered some questions for a Jimmy Kimmel segment, in which I knew I would most likely get made fun of, because, well, that’s what Jimmy Kimmel segments are all about. He asked questions about baseball scandals and my friend (Belle again!) and I could only respond with “Huh?!” on repeat. Looking back at the clip now, though, the most embarrassing part was my not-so-TV-appropriate cleavage. I loved this look, but will not be wearing it again, LOL.

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Day Four:

On this day, I was generously gifted a look by Petite Studio, a brand that caters specifically to petite bodies. This was especially cool as someone who doesn’t have the tall-and-skinny model body type so often seen at fashion-related events (Do better, NYFW!). As a 5’1 curvy gal, I was beyond excited to give their stuff a go, and I was ultimately quite pleased with my picks. I snagged this blue-and-stone-colored set from the brand’s coming-soon Spring collection, and inspired by the color-blocking, I paired one of my Steve Madden blue Kingas with one stone-colored boot from the depths of my closet. I cinched my waist with a white fur Moschino belt I gifted myself for my birthday last year from Nordstrom Rack.

This look is not my usual style, and I admit, I was a little nervous to see what people would think. Especially because of the boots! I did a poll on my Instagram Stories asking how people felt about the mismatched shoes (So very Carrie Bradshaw, if I do say so myself!) and 73% of voters were in favor. I doubt I’d try it again, but I’m glad it was a hit.

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Day Five:

Five days in, my incredible hot pink Heurueh coat made its second appearance. Get a load of that lining! This time around, I paired it with the Topshop Floral Ditsy Flounce Midi Skirt and the Marissa Webb Emmerson Oxford Shirt. Another rainy day, I kept my shoes simple with comfortable black boots and saved my hair from frizz with the Lele Sadoughi Jet Mixed Crystal Headband.

This look was so low-key, but it ended up being a great lesson in accessories: making my basic button-down and skirt Fashion Week ready was easy with a bold coat and hair accessory! If there were two standout staples for me this fashion week, they were faux fur and funky headbands. I was mostly backstage checking out the shows’ beauty looks for StyleCaster on this day, but when a last-minute change allowed me to stay for the Libertine show, I still felt glam enough to attend.

Bella Gerard

Night Five:

Is it obvious that I went to Topshop before Fashion Week began? Here I am in yet another Topshop piece, the Smudge Mesh Long Sleeve Midi Dress, which gave me serious Fuzzi vibes. I reached for my classic black Chanel bag yet again, plus the Steve Madden Dakota boots in “Black Suede,” and bam! A look was born! As you can tell by the photo, I was really feeling myself.

That said…At this point in the week, my friends and Insta followers were hardcore gassing me up, and I had over 200 DMs praising my cool new job, my stylish outfits, and my “super fun life.” A reality check for anyone who felt that way: My feet were KILLING me, I was majorly stressing about if I was over-posting, and after being surrounded by models and fashion’s elite all week, I did not feel very cute. Instagram is a very fun highlight reel, but don’t be fooled. I love Fashion Week, but there’s more (stress) than meets the eye!

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Day Six:

Ah, the final day. I woke up with shin splints after a week of running around! Because of this, I paired my nautical-business-casual look with my Puma Rise Sneakers, and while I was worried I’d be judged for not wearing heels or boots, I actually received a ton of compliments. Who would’ve thought! Up top, I had on two Rent The Runway gems I paired together: this Tory Sport Breton Stripe Knit Skirt, originally $248, and the Victoria / Tomas Green Striped Blazer, originally $155. I’m also wearing a graphic tee from Anthropologie that I found in the sale section, which features drawings of Oprah Winfrey and Anna Wintour with the phrase “Win-Win.” How iconic is that? I also wore a simple, braided black headband, because if you haven’t been able to tell, I wasn’t in the mood to wash my hair this week. What can I say, Fashion Week is exhausting!

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