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I mean, get you a girl who can do it all, y’all. Zendaya’s NYFW Bvlgara x B.Zero1 debut party outfit makes her look like both Romeo and Juliet, and I am actively sweating. The actress always hits the red carpet in genuinely hot ensembles, but this look is next level. Zendaya managed to take the feathery, feminine aspects of Juliet and pair them with the classically masculine vibes of Romeo. Is anyone else suddenly lovesick?

Wearing a stunning Rahul Mishra look straight off the Spring/Summer 2020 Haute Couture runway, Zendaya has left me feeling like I’ve found and lost the love of my life in a span of three days. Everything about this ensemble is so sultry—from the deep, deep v-neck to the long trousers. It all just works, and I have to hand it to Rahul Mishra for designing such an incredible look. (And also thank you to Zendaya for wearing the hell out of it.)

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Zendaya wearing Rahul Mishra

In case you wanted more evidence as to the comparison to the Shakespearean classic, I present, for your consideration, film stills from the 1993 classic Romeo + Juliet (starring Claire Danes and Leonardo DiCaprio) next to Zendaya in this incredible outfit. The similarities are uncanny, my friends. My mind is blown. I don’t think I’ll ever get over this. The feathers on Zendaya’s ensemble pair perfectly with the feathered wings Juliet dons at her parents’ costume party. The black trousers (and attitude, TBH) add the perfect amount of Romeo to the look. All together, it creates the perfect melding of femininity and masculinity that is Zendaya.

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Of course, let us not forget the details of this look. Zendaya added a statement necklace to the ensemble, which honestly just brings more attention to just how deep that v-neck is. (Sorry not sorry.) The actress also donned a pop of silver eyeshadow in her makeup look, which accentuates everything, and creates an overall dreamy effect. Frankly, I will not soon get over this look.

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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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If you’ve been paying close attention to the New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020 runways, you’ve probably noticed that Bella Hadid is all over them. The model typically does more than one show during fashion week, but this year, she’s already walked six. (!!!) Bella Hadid’s NYFW 2020 runway looks have all seriously been so good, it’d be a shame to not appreciate each and every one of them. Luckily for you, I’ve rounded up all her NYFW runway ensembles, so you can bask in the beauty that is Bella Hadid. You’re welcome.

From Tom Ford to Oscar De La Renta, Bella Hadid has walked for no shortage of big-name designers. She’s definitely one of the most famous models out there, but it’s for good reason. Every time Hadid steps onto that runway, I feel inspired—no matter what she’s wearing. Of course, it helps if the ensembles are stunning, and thankfully, all of her NYFW Fall/Winter 2020 runway looks are. Some of the looks even point to current and upcoming fashion trends for 2020. So thank you, Bella Hadid, for giving us the gift of watching you walk down the runway.

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Tom Ford show, Runway, Fall Winter 2020, Milk Studios, Los Angeles, USA – 07 Feb 2020

Tom Ford Runway (Look 1)—

Hadid’s first stop at NYFW was Tom Ford, where she wore two different looks on the runway. First, a majorly pattern clashing ensemble—one of many examples throughout NYFW that prove pattern mixing is in for fall and winter 2020.

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Tom Ford show, Runway, Fall Winter 2020, Milk Studios, Los Angeles, USA – 07 Feb 2020

Tom Ford Runway (Look 2)—

For her second Tom Ford look, Bella Hadid showed off the designer’s sparkly, see-through gown. That asymmetrical cut-out is what gets me, though. I need a glass of water over here.

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Brandon Maxwell show, Runway, Fall Winter 2020, New York Fashion Week, USA – 08 Feb 2020

Brandon Maxwell (Look 1)—

Up next for Hadid was Brandon Maxwell’s incredibly chic runway. The model wore silver pants and a black bralette top in her first look (featuring a tiny bag). It seems as though bralettes and tiny bags are here to stay for fall/winter 2020.

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Brandon Maxwell show, Runway, Fall Winter 2020, New York Fashion Week, USA – 08 Feb 2020

Brandon Maxwell (Look 2)—

Hadid’s second Brandon Maxwell look was a stunning black gown—Or was it a top and a skirt? Either way, it looked incredible, and I wouldn’t be surprised if several celebrities donned this look on the red carpet in the coming months.

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Oscar De La Renta show, Runway, Fall Winter 2020, New York Fashion Week, USA – 10 Feb 2020

Oscar De La Renta (Look 1)—

On Monday, Hadid walked the runway at the Oscar De La Renta show, starting with a stunning blue and red ensemble. I’m already making plans to save up for that blue coat, TBH.

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Oscar De La Renta show, Runway, Fall Winter 2020, New York Fashion Week, USA – 10 Feb 2020

Oscar De La Renta (Look 2)—

Then, Bella Hadid closed the Oscar De La Renta show in this hot pink finale dress. It’s all very flamingo, but make it fashion—and I love it.

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Rodarte show, Runway, Fall Winter 2020, New York Fashion Week, USA – 11 Feb 2020

Rodarte—

Next up: Rodarte, and this not-your-grandma’s-polka-dots look. Polka dots are in for spring and summer 2020, and it seems that trend will continue into fall and winter as well.

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Khaite show, Runway, Fall Winter 2020, New York Fashion Week, USA – 11 Feb 2020

Khaite—

Walking two shows in the same day might seem like a difficult task, but Bella Hadid handled it like the pro she is. On Tuesday, Hadid also walked the Khaite NYFW show, proving animal print is going nowhere in fall and winter 2020.

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Michael Kors show, Runway, Fall Winter 2020, New York Fashion Week, USA – 12 Feb 2020

Michael Kors—

While we head into the final shows of NYFW Fall/Winter 2020, Bella Hadid heads down the Michaels Kors runway. I’m sure we’ll see this sparkly black gown all over the red carpet this year. It’s already a classic.