#Trending: Stylish Long Johns, Power Pastels, & Streaking!

New York Fashion Week is in full swing, and we're cataloging all the style, soirees, and stumbles. Yes, if it happened, it's here. The daily stuff you want to know, straight from the front row.
It's day three and we're feeling good. So good that we woke up wide-eyed and bushy-tailed half asleep but doing okay now that we've got our crazy straw helmet strapped to our heads administering us a healthy dose of hands-free Caffè Americano. After checking off said caffeinated headwear, we were nearly lulled back into a beautiful dream state at Prabal Gurung's dimly lit, dramatically beautiful Himalayan-inspired fantasy show. Until, of course, a G-string donning d-head-in-a-crown streaker jolted us back into reality.
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Moving along. Let us not spend too much time doting on the class clown. Another thing we won't do, at least not until tomorrow, is complain about the cold. No need when rag & bone has got us covered (in the literal sense) next season. We surely aren't ones to fight this eyebrow-raising use of long johns under date-worthy and work-friendly outfits. And, we're equally on track to embrace the rubber-coated, heeled duck boots. Interested in more? Well there's a shiba inu throwing a doggone #nyfw hissy fit and the prettiest pastel ensemble this side of the Hudson River, up ahead. A true mashup roll call with one common thread: #Trending. In. Fashion.
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PHOTOGRAPHED BY Sara Kerens.
Long johns under skirts makes sense for so many reasons. Marcus Wainwright and David Neville, you done us all right for cold winter days.

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PHOTOGRAPHED BY Sara Kerens.
And, as if rag & bone couldn't be any more altruistic with the gift of making long johns an official fashion "thing" for fall '14, they've also blessed us with these sleek, heeled duck boots. We wish these rubber-bootie babies were available right this icy New York minute.
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PHOTO VIA @AJMUKAMAL.
A hauntingly beautiful capture by Prabal Gurung fashion show goer, Andrew Mukumal. Truly breathtaking. For a peek at the real beauty of this show, which included stunning Himalayan inspired gowns, go here. For more NSFW pics, you can follow the streaker's brand new, completely non-official Twitter account.
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PHOTO VIA @SIDDEROO.
In the interest of doubling down on #NYFW antics, this talking shiba inu is not pleased that her current status as "face of Maison Kitsuné" hasn't granted her carte blanche access to all things VIP. Fashion dogs: every PR manager's nightmare.
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PHOTOGRAPHED BY Erin Yamagata.
The soft, feminine color mix shown in this look at Rebecca Minkoff is The Business. Take notes on power-pastel dressing with the full review here.
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PHOTOGRAPHED BY Nina Westervelt.
Hurray for the glamorous return of cowl necklines. Both high and low iterations amongst some low-plunging V-necks served up at Jason Wu.

Exactly how low did he go? Check out the full Jason Wu collection review here.