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DR. MARTENS AT NEW YORK FASHION WEEK

This season’s catwalks at New York Fashion Week were a testament to the styling power of a pair of Dr. Martens. A total of 13 established fashion houses and up-and-coming design talent showed Docs on the Spring / Summer 19 runway. And every show used their Docs in a different way — like Gryphon sandals paired with neon for Prabal Garung’s debut mens’ collection, or platform Jadons accessorized with edgy chains at Hardware LDN. But that was just the runway: street style stars, fashion girls and hypebeasts were seen rocking Docs all over NYC.  It didn’t go unnoticed; Refinery 29’s Alyssa Coscarelli declared that “Dr. Martens might just become spring’s most popular shoe”. We’ll let you decide for yourself: keep scrolling for highlights from NYFW, featuring Dr. Martens footwear and the diverse looks they’re paired with.
The feminine, naval-inspired looks at Monse were accented with customized Vegan Blaires and Myles.
 
Super-bright pops of neon at Prabal Gurung were paired with the Gryphon in Black Brando.

  The Wincox Boot‘s moto details were great with graphic black and white layers at John Elliott. 
 The art-inspired and somewhat political looks at Pyer Moss featured the Gryphon, painted white.
The elegant, simple fashion of Hogan McLaughlin was perfect with the Mono 1461 in black and white.
 Snow Xue Gao paired the Archie, the 3989 Boanil Brush and a fabric-customized 8065 Mary Jane with her innovative take on suiting.
(Photos by Brian Ach/Getty Images for SNOW XUE GAO)

Christopher Lowman used the Dante Venice White to finish his unique take on all-American sportswear.
(Photos by Geremy Dubensky for Christopher Lowman)
The Melbourne-based nANA jUDY paired their streetwear with the Vibal and the Wincox — on models like Winnie Harlow and Shaun Ross.
(Photos by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for NYFW: The Shows)

 The modern take on feminine baroque at Lou Dallas worked great with the Adrian, in Smooth and Virginia.
 The edgy looks at Hardware LDN started with customized platform Jadons.
(Photos by Greg Avenel for Hardware LDN)

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