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Let's Get Primary

Fashion Week
Photos by Matthew Sperzel

No more neutrals this NYFW

So far, NYFW's street style stars have worn an overwhelming amount of red (except when they pivoted to neutrals for that one day). Maybe we're all wearing a fiery color as a way to fight against the super-cold weather? I'm not completely sure. But on the fifth day of Fashion Week, the street style stars turned to all three primary colors. Red, blue, and yellow were transformed from their place in the color palette of every pediatric doctor's office to the official hues of winter.

Below, we round up our favorite street style looks from NYFW Day 5.

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Too much denim or not enough denim?

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Loving the casual bright red suit look here.

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I've never seen a short-sleeved denim jacket before, and now I need one.

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This "workwear cowboy" look is a whole vibe.

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Green can be an honorary primary color for today, because, when it's accessorized like this, we have to include it.

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Found the earrings I'm wearing to Pride this year!

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As I look out the window at the snowfall, I'm really wishing this was season-appropriate.

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More proof that green is an honorary primary color, if only for today.

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Another contender for honorary primary color: hot pink.

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Keeping the puffer trend alive.

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Spotlight on this Warhol tote.

This all-red ensemble is giving us Disney villain vibes.

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Loofah fashion! Our favorite!

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The gray outfit frames the primary hair.

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The whole look doesn't have to be primary colored. Here, it's just the shoes. Subtle.

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This look makes me feel cold by proxy, but that doesn't mean I don't love it.

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More workwear! I'm here for it.

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This jacket looks like it was made for that hair color.

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Only the essentials in that clear bag: phone, wallet, and a few pink roses.

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Is this a coat or a dress? Regardless, it's covetable.

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Chunky clear glasses are the perfect pairing with that bright yellow sweater.

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I'm here for a monochrome look, especially when it's Angela Sarafyan wearing it.

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All-red everything, right down to the tights.

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A subtle pop of primary is sometimes the best way to go.

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