Here's Round 3 of the Best Street Style From New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2018

Pieces range from Coach bags to the all-white Virgil Abloh x Nike Air Jordan 1.

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Our first round of New York Fashion Week street style centered around furry layers, while round two showcased boots alongside the biggest names in fashion. Our third roundup sees Off-White™ take the lead the fashion set’s go-to label, with representation from an array of other recognizable imprints.

Street style favorites like Kiko Mizuhara, Aleali May and Christina Paik all made appearances towards the tail-end of New York Fashion Week, showcasing gear from the likes of Gucci and Cactus Plant Flea Market. Indeed, floral patterns are still a go-to for many fashion week attendees, showcased on dresses, leather jackets and coats. Coach bags and branding made a big splash on the New York streets, while street style regular Balenciaga enjoys continued popularity with its outerwear and scarves.

Check out some of the week’s best looks above and recap everything that went down this season by checking out Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2018.

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