New York Fashion Week looked different this spring—but what hasn’t had to adapt this year? Instead of packed runways, we saw designers face the challenge of restrictions on in-person shows with innovative photo shoots, virtual presentations, and creative video projects. One thing that hasn’t changed? Dr. Martens’ timeless presence in the cutting-edge fashion world.
Theophilio customized these Jadons as a nod to the label’s Jamaican roots.Photography by Myles Loftin
The 1460 Smooth in Black and White accompanied Prabal Gurung’s flowing silhouettes, inspired by hope and new beginnings. Photography by Leeor Wild
Tombogo took to the streets (and skylines) for inspiration, then paired the look with the Jadon Max. Photography by Fernando Matamoros & Tommy Bogo
The 1460 Ziggy was a perfect match for the gritty nocturnal futurism of Keiser Clark Photography by Mason Crowe
DUNCAN’s tailored and sophisticated looks got an edge with the 1460 Buckle. Photography by Bryan Liston