Just look at Maria Regina Tahan, who wore a sunny yellow dress with her golden blonde hair.
Given that the weather in the city was hot and humid, it's not surprising that many guests chose to wear their hair smoothed back.
Gothcore isn't going away any time soon, and the streets of New York are full of lipstick looks that are inspired by the trend.
Tendrils that frame the face are a Y2K beauty style that people of all ages still love. Here, Ming Lee Simmons shows how to wear the look in a classic way.
It wouldn't be New York Fashion Week without a few red lips. All this guest needed was a swipe of a cherry shade to finish off her look.
The beauty of soft locs is that they can easily be manipulated into a handful of unique hairstyles.
They also look great with some styles that are still popular on the streets of New York, like the cub and wolf cut.
Having bold brows is an easy way to make your look stand out. Even if you're not wearing any makeup, a little extra fluff can go a long way.
As one of the breakout hair colors for fall, copper hairstyles are popping up all over the city.