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PUBLIC SCHOOL SAYS “MAKE AMERICA NEW YORK”

Instead of “Make America New York” I wish we could say “Make America New York Again,” but I guess American never was New York in the first place. New York is one of the most accepting communities that is always first to jump to the defense of anyone who is experiencing injustice. It’s no secret that politics and fashion are like peanut butter and jelly. Going into New York Fashion Week, I don’t think anyone expected less than multiple jabs at the current state of our nation’s political sphere. “This Land is Your Land” played as the models paraded down the runway displaying Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne’s political message.

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A perfect look for your 4th of July barbecue!! But in all seriousness, this is THE look of the show. High-cropped sweatshirts have been stealing the show as the underboob trend continues to gain momentum. The velvet piping on the sleeves are like icing on a cake for this look and make it perfectly patriotic.

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Plaid is everywhere!! The ’90s are back all over again, but this time in a Cher Horowitz meets “Donald Trump’s America” way. This statement coat features primary colors combined together and is very high fashion but still easy to wear. Stay tuned for a full story on this trend, it is too good to be ignored.

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Look 34

Who doesn’t love burgundy? It’s easy for me to say that I’m obsessed with the color, I’m even wearing it as I write this. The asymmetrical draping of this athletic dress makes it look very easy and comfortable to wear. I love the stripe details on the turtleneck because they bring your eyes up when you look at the piece.

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Look 7

Puffer nation! Another trend that we just can’t stop seeing this season. Honestly, this girl is probably the most comfortable person in New York at this moment as her puffer dress is paired with slippers. This is one of the most practical fashion trends as of lately because of how warm these coats are.

Photos courtesy of Vogue.com

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