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20 NYFW Street Style Stars Who Prove Metallics And Fur Are All You Need

What smells like teen spirit, looks like science fiction and feels like I probably can't afford it? New York Fashion Week 2016.

After long days spent photographing street style, I'd decisively label this season's trend forecast “high fashion meets futuristic cyber punk.”

Though I couldn't figure out whose fur was faux or who was actually suffering from frostbite, it was evident the 16 degree weather wasn't stopping fringe, metallics or neon colors from making their debut. For that, I commend every girl I watched shiver in the name of a good photo op before high tailing it into an Uber car.

In the chaos between back-to-back runway shows, fashion bloggers, socialites and supermodels decorated the streets, turning them into the real runway.

Inside Tumblr's #NYFW Bloggers with Meagan Morrison of Travel, Write, Draw [#NOFILTER]

Fashion Week is its own planet located in a galaxy far, far away from my own personal reality. Even so, I can't help but see the art in it all.

Here's an inside look at 2016 NYFW trends.

Lifestyle blogger Paola Alberdi mixed BCBG Max Azria and Zara.

Fellow blogger Camila Coelho also picked up on the BCBG Max Azria trend.

Model Selita Ebanks opted for luxe simplicity.

Photographer Amber Asaly doesn't do that basic sh*t.

Black and grey fur dominated the scene.

But, almost any hue works.

Soft pink fur has a plush, girly look to it.

If you're an ex-raver, pick up a neon snake print piece or two.

You can never go wrong in classic warm neutrals.

When in doubt, try mixing textures like fur and leather.

This double-trouble look is best nicknamed “fashionista Beetlejuice.”

Nothing's more elegant than a fur hood. Go faux, or go home.

Feeling the cold? Top your outfit off with an eye-catching accessory.

Dancing shoes, indeed.

No accessory is too fluffy or shiny for fashion week.

David Bowie, that you?

Don't be subtle about your style statement.

And, above all else, slay.

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