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The NYC fashion community loves a good pair of Dr. Martens. Docs were officially worn at 12 runway shows at New York Fashion Week AW19. Unofficially, our boots and shoes were everywhere —from street style stars and models to celebrities and influencers. It just proves our point that Docs truly are a blank slate for individual self-expression of all kinds. We wanted to get a feel for how designers were styling the boots and shoes, so we sent a photographer (aka Erik of the Dapper Method) to capture the scene backstage. He didn’t disappoint — keep scrolling to see the results.

Backstage at Prabal Gurung, with all the Talib Straps lined up in a row.

2976 Chelsea boots in Smooth completed the looks at LaQuan Smith — seen here backstage.

LaQuan also pulled the 2976 in Crazy Horse.

A full runway look at LaQuan Smith, modeled by Luka Sabbat, with the 2976 bringing a polished feel to a casual look.

Over at No Sesso, the 1461 Rainbow Patent Platform brought the designer’s inclusive, non-conforming look to life.

The Mono 1461 in white popped against Snow Xue Gao‘s colorful prints.

BLDWN used the Mono 1460 to smarten up its casual menswear vibe.

The punk-inspired streetwear over at Landlord got a dose of some true Dr. Martens icons, like the Adrian Tassel Loafer and the 1460 in white Smooth.

And finally, the Geraldo and Gryphon in Brando paired perfectly with the South African high fashion of Lukhanyo Mdingi.

Backstage photos by Erik Parapar of The Dapper Method; LaQuan Smith Fall 2019 Runway Show photo by Noemie-Marguerite of The Hinton Group; Snow Xue Gao Fall 2019 Runway Show photo by Brian Ach/Getty Images; BLDWN Fall 2019 Runway Show photos courtesy of BLDWN; Landlord Fall 2019 Runway Show photo by Kazuki Nishiyama; Lukhanyo Mndigi Fall 2019 photos by Leila Jacue 

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