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Dr. Martens has long-held a presence at NYFW and this season was no different. Docs were spotted on runways at highly-regarded designers like Prabal Gurung, industry-shifting brands like Chromat and Pyer Moss, and new labels like CIE Denim and PH5. We sent photographer Erik of @thedappermethod to get a behind the scenes look; keep scrolling to see what he captured.

Nepalese-American designer Prabal Gurung celebrated his 10th anniversary in the fashion industry with a collection that explored the idea of Americanism. We got a backstage look of the models preparing to take the runway in the Gryphon sandal.

Runway Photo by Dan Lecca

Brooklyn’s King Theatre was packed for Pyer Moss. The show joyously celebrated black culture; the runway was backed by an all-black choir, outfitted in the 1461 Bex, who sang a range of verses from Cardi B, Queen Latifah, Whitney Houston, and Missy Elliot.

Chromat, once again, presented a brighly-hued, body inclusive runway of swim and streetwear. Models sported the Mono 1460 and Women’s Combs.

Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images for Chromat

Shanghai based brand, Dirty Pineapple, delivered unisex suits, tie-dye prints, and mix matched Docs; pairing the slip-on 2976 Plaform with the laced-up Jadon.

PH5, an advanced contemporary women’s knitwear brand, showcased modern plaid-laden outfits complimented by the Polley.

CIE Denim constructed looks using deadstock, recycled denim, and sustainable fabrics; paired with nostalgic tees, the Sidney Platform Creeper and the Voss sandals. Photos by Ethan Covey

Over at Hogan McLaughlin, models wore the chunky Vegan Jadon II Mono with immaculately tailored pieces.
Plus, Jadons customized by Hogan’s partner, Bill Crisafi.

Libertine dressed up their models in playful prints and customized Sidney Creepers.

Kentina, a brand designed by Japanese makeup artist Kento Utsubo, showcased grungy denim with the Trevonna and 1460.Photos by Kohei Kawashima

Batsheva sent custom painted 1460s and Polleys down the runway.
Photos courtesy of Batsheva

Finally, at LRS, the collection was inspired by darkwave disco, melancholia, and modern deconstruction. Models strutted down a neon pink lit runway in the Greame II and 1B60 Virginia.Runway Photos by Jacob Pritchard

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