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Everyone Looked Their Best On The Last Day Of Fashion Week

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Photos by Matthew Sperzel

Some saved their wildest street style looks for the end

The conclusion of NYFW is a time for mourning for some, and a time for celebration for others (namely, editors who had to brace the indecisive weather all day, every day). But the fact that it was the very last day of Fashion Week did not mean that anyone slacked off when it came to dressing for the occasion. In fact, it seemed like some people saved their best look for last.

Check out the final looks from this season's street style stars, below.

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Shine brighter, I dare you.

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When shoulder pads just won't cut it.

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The brightly colored version of Lenny Kravitz's oversized scarf outfit.

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Boots. With. Fur.

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Yes, overalls can be worn year-round.

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Found Dua Lipa's doppelgänger.

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That you are.

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There is no such thing as too many prints.

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What made this look was the matching truck behind it.

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So much better than one of those flag pins, right?

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This outfit is my entire Fall 2019 mood board, I have decided.

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What to wear to a party you know your ex is attending.

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Those nails and that ring could not go ignored.

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Everyone with colored hair, take note: This is how you should be accessorizing.

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She looks so powerful. I'm into it.

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Combining pearls and a glasses chain is total genius.

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Do I see a tie-dye comeback in our future?

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Big smiles are the best accessories.

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Our editor-in-chief Gabrielle Korn showing us how to make a gray scale outfit pop.

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How many textures is too many? This look is telling me there shouldn't be a limit.

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I had to get another look at you.

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I can never get enough lime green in my life.

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Those earring look just like my tears.

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How meta.

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A bag that talks back.

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Traffic cone orange is the new black.

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I'm starting a petition to make two-piece suits and sneakers the NYLON work uniform.

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