Bella Hadid Hits the DKNY Runway in a Whole New Type of Tuxedo Dress

DKNY's Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne made all the fashion kids stay up late on Monday night, and that's cool in and of itself. But the duo, who also cofounded Public School, knew they needed something extra to cause a stir. DKNY's Spring collection was shown at the Highline in New York City, the runway open to the outdoors. It girls Emily Ratajkowski, Nina Agdal, Constance Jablonski, Devon Windsor, and Martha Hunt sat front row, surely counting the looks that will amp up their street style next season.

Bella Hadid led the model pack in a hooded tuxedo dress that had way more downtown swag than red carpet edge. Crop top sets, trousers, track pants, and sweats followed close behind in cornflower blue, cream, and olive, many pieces snipped at or distressed at the hem. Tailored button-downs, branded bras, and transparent anoraks functioned as staples, working to break up the flashier designs, like those striped suits come undone with loose threads.

As for accessories? Everyone kicked it in rubber sock boots and secured leather fanny packs around their waists, twisted to the front or back, making it all the more easy to hit the ground running. And that they did at the end of the show when the models staged a stampede in their signature DKNY onesies. Now those will make for quite the Instagram moment.