The best street style from NYFW 2020

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New York Fashion Week 2020 has served a spree of the best urban style to date. From glitter to lift the spirit to warm clothes ready for winter, here are the outstanding looks we love.

In the trenches

Tamu McPherson is a photographer, founder of All the Pretty Birds and a regular street style star. His photographic eye lends itself to sets that fuse current trends with everyday commodities, such as this Bottega Veneta bag and shoes combined with a striking trench, and inspire cameras to click.

Getty Images – Edward Berthelot

White on white

The favorite shade of summer has been appearing in all viewers this season, and monochrome is the main event, like this furry sweater combined with super stylish accessories in exactly the same tone.

Getty Images – Christian Vierig

Pop color

Stylist Emili Sindlev, an always present guest of NYFW, knows that bad weather is no match for Day-Glo's brightness. An example: the electric combo of his pink trench and his green snake print pants.

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Fluffy style

Walking from one show to another in cold temperatures means layers and weight to keep warm, but not at the expense of style, to be sure. This feathered topper combined with turtle neck, leather and snake skin shows that it is great to be cozy.

Getty Images – Daniel Zuchnik

Patent please

Model and Operation Smile's ambassador, Pritika Swarup, took a biz-casual twist that shows that patent leather pants don't have to be tight to flatter one's figure, or to make the look.

Getty Images – Edward Berthelot

Mania logo

Label love has made the leap from the subtle to the substantial. See: actress, model and spokeswoman Janine Gutierrez in this set of parka and pants Louis Vuitton, deliciously designed with bright white cowboy boots.

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Dandy digs

The well-dressed and influential blogger Jen Azoulay arrives at the shows with large yellow plaid pants combined with platforms and an elegant brown bag, the latest in matching men's clothing.

Getty Images – Christian Vierig