Fashionista's Fall 2019 New York Fashion Week Superlatives

Let's take a look back at some of our best, worst and most memorable experiences.
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Gwendoline Christie walks the Tomo Koizumi fashion show during New York Fashion Week. Photo: Steven Ferdman/Getty Images

Gwendoline Christie walks the Tomo Koizumi fashion show during New York Fashion Week. Photo: Steven Ferdman/Getty Images

That's a wrap on another season of New York Fashion Week, folks. For the past seven days, we've kept a close eye on street style, runway trends and Meghan Markle-inspired hairstyles. We witnessed a buzzy NYFW debut, shared the same room as Barry Manilow, waited a little too long for a show venue's elevators and finished the week off with yet another moving Marc Jacobs collection — all while trekking between boroughs to catch as many Fall 2019 collections as our small but mighty team could manage.

Aside from the ups and downs — and the unpredictable winter weather to boot — we're ready to hit the shows in London, Milan and Paris. While we catch up on some much needed sleep and hydration to take on the rest of fashion month, let's take a look back at some of our most memorable New York experiences in the form of yearbook-style superlatives. 

Read on below for our best and worst moments from NYFW's Fall 2019 season.

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