As New York Fashion Week draws to a close, many of the stars and editors are preparing to jet off to Europe and continue Fashion Month. Before they left us, they made sure to wear their best outfits at parties throughout the city. Mary J. Blige and Amra Olevic Reyes showed us that more is more when it comes to sparkle. Eva Chen and Tavi Gevinson competed for the coziest coat. And Megan Thee Stallion reminded us that a good trench coat is always in style. Who wore the best look? Scroll to see everyone, below.
Best Bedazzled Boots: Mary J. Blige
At the celebration for Robert Ector’s book launch, titled Details: City Streets Are the Real Runways.
Best Easter Egg Colors: Elza Wandler
At the Wandler x Little Ways NYFW Dinner.
Best Trench Coat: Megan Thee Stallion
At the Coach Post Show Dinner.
Sparkliest Unitard: Amra Olevic Reyes
At the celebration of the Blonds FW20 collection at the Fleur Room.
Best Patchwork Pants: Malu Byrne
At the Gauge 81 cocktail party for the Bergdorf Goodman Radar Series.
The Coziest Shoulders to Cry On: Eva Chen
At the launch of Olivia Palermo’s private label at Chefs Club.
Best Printed Puffer: Gabriel Sommer; Best Alice in Wonderland Cosplay: Ruby Redstone
At the launch of Evian’s second collaboration with Virgil Abloh and his creative studio, Alaska Alaska.
Best Duo: Fred Kim and Jon Allen
At the Equinox x L’Officiel Future of Fashion Celebration.
Best Vest: Karamo Brown
At the Saks x Tory Burch Dinner at L’Avenue at Saks.
Most Likely to Glow in the Dark: Alyson Stoner
At the Aliette show during New York Fashion Week.
The Perfect Puff Sleeves: Ashley Furnival; Best Coat to Take a Nap In: Tavi Gevinson
At the NYFW: The Shows x Rodarte Dinner Celebration at Spring Place Restaurant.
Best Everyday Opera Glove: Chloe King
At the Edie Parker FW20 Celebration and Pre-Valentine’s Event.
Most Glamorous Collared Dress: B.B. Jean
At the Lela Rose Cocktail Party, co-hosted by Alessandra Ford Balazs.
Most Likely to Bring Back the Jacket Over Hoodie Look: Garrett McManus and Jesse Lee
At the launch of Basic Space Experiences.