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New York Fashion Week is the first major stop on the Fashion Month circuit followed closely by London, Milan, and finally Paris. This means the city is a sartorial harbinger, forecasting first what you'll be wearing in the months ahead. For Fall/Winter 2019, New York Fashion Week's runway trends are a look right now at what you can expect to be shopping (and wearing) six months down the line.

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From a beauty standpoint, there's always been a sort of fascination with '70s beauty trends. From the disco hair to the Farrah Fawcett waves, the gilded eye makeup to the gorgeously bronzed makeup hues, the hair and makeup has always been the stuff of fantasy. Who hasn't looked back at their mother's old photos and thought, "I wouldn't mind rocking this look in 2019?" Well, at the Fall/Winter 2019 shows during

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One of my daughters looked right into my eyes this morning, giggled, then started to shriek at the top of her lungs with tears practically shooting out of her eyes, and within seconds — seconds, I tell you — the shriek turned back into hysterical laughter. Then silence and stoicism. Then a half smile accompanied by gentle jabber. I did nothing at all to prompt this viewing of the complete

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There’s a gentleman in Brooklyn who owns a rainbow of three-piece suits, which he rotates through every day. When it’s sunny, he sits under the elevated train tracks on Broadway in a folding chair with an attached umbrella, setting a snappy tone for all of Bed-Stuy. There’s something about the way he wears his colorful getups — casually, like pajamas, but with pride — that deems contentment a reasonable pursuit.

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Who is Tomo Koizumi? Good question. It's been a question on the lips of every editor upon seeing his couture-like Loofah cocktail dresses in the basement of the uptown Marc Jacobs store on Friday evening. New York Fashion Week was off to a fairly relaxing start with Tom Ford on Wednesday night, heralding in the return of supermodel Caroline Trentini to the runway, and then a relatively calm day of wearable labels like Maryam Nassir

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As New York Fashion Week gets officially under way, street style stars have not had it easy out there. The weather for the week has been unpredictable—going from polar vortex to positively balmy to cold again this weekend—so this season it's all about textured outerwear, whether that's oversized sherpa-lined camel, fuzzy pea coats, or crushed velvet puffer jackets. Underneath, of course, as always you can spot layers and layers of various bold colors

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Second Set: New York's Fashion Week hustle rolls on, with attendees gamely channeling their fiercest looks. Even with the men's shows end, male attendees keep the standards high, elevating oversized styling with branding from luxe labels. As bright colors continue to crop up on the streets, Fashion Week's finest undercut the severity of sunny yellow and screaming orange with patterns that range from tasteful to tenacious. Windowpane and plaid layers upgrade

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Color, texture and pattern were the primary focus of Ulla Johnson's fall 2019 collection. The New York native launched her line just over 20 years ago, and it has since become most well-known for its intricate textiles and custom prints. This season, however, truly delved into both of those topics as a form of art. From printed lurex to handmade devore fabrics, the fall 2019 collection was a visual feast

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Since opening her eclectic Lower East Side store in 2008, and establishing her own line, the Iranian-born designer Maryam Nassir Zadeh has made a name for herself among New York designers. Her vintage-inspired pieces have become a staple for the Instagram set, and her autumn/winter 19 show saw a notably young audience, in an airy East Village space that can only be described as an urban oasis. Lush green plants,

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