Karolina Kurkova arrives at the Brooklyn Museum wearing Resort 2020. Photographed by Martin Romero.

One of the best things about NYFW is the people watching. Other than being a bystander, there’s no better masterclass in styling than sifting through street style photos. On an early September Sunday morning, guests brought their fashion A-game to Tory’s Spring/Summer 2020 runway show at the Brooklyn Museum. What we spotted: Bright Perry Satchels paired with menswear-inspired shirtdresses, downtown takes on Fall’s preppy trend as well as new and better ways to rock a ruffled blouse.

Karen Wazen in the Ruffle Blouse, Nour Arida in the Color-Block Reversible Puffer Jacket, and Leena Al Ghouti in the Satin Stripe Ruffle Blouse under the Wool Coat. Photo courtesy of @Karenwazenb.

Brittany Xavier makes a neutral statement with the Lee Radziwill Bag in zinc. Photo courtesy of @brittanyxavier.

Valentina Scambia wearing the Fall/Winter 2019 Color-Block Pleated Shirtdress, Lila Boots and a Lee Radziwill bag.

It’s always summer somewhere: A guest with the Kira Chevron Flap Shoulder bag. Photographed by Frankie Marin.

The Silk Front Shirtdress. Photographed by Frankie Marin.

Tory head-to-toe: Melissa Satta in the Patchwork Stud Shirt, Plaid Pleated Skirt, Lee Radziwill bag and Lila boots. Photo courtesy of @MelissaSatta.

Jacey Duprie in the Silk Front Shirtdress and the Lee Raziwill Petite bag. Photo courtesy of @jaceyduprie.

Sabina Socol in the Ruffle Blouse and a Lee Radziwill Bag. Photo courtesy of @sabinasocol.

Nikki Min wearing the Perry Satchel and the Striped Shirtdress. Photo courtesy of @nikki_min.

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