Karlie Kloss commands the runway in TWO looks during the Brandon Maxwell show at NYFW

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Karlie Kloss took her modeling skills to the New York Fashion Week runway for the Brandon Maxwell show on Saturday.

The model, 29, donned several outfits at the event including a long white trench coat that fell all the way down to her ankles.

On the left side of the coat, a long piece of cloth ran down her side. She wore the coat over a black shirt, matching pants and black boots.

Big name on the runway: Karlie Kloss took her modeling skills to the New York Fashion Week runway for the Brandon Maxwell show on Saturday

Quick change: Another outfit the Project Runway host wore was a brown, short sleeve dress the went all the way down to the floor

Big name on the runway: Karlie Kloss took her modeling skills to the New York Fashion Week runway for the Brandon Maxwell show on Saturday

Another outfit the Project Runway host wore was a brown, short sleeve dress the went all the way down to the floor. 

It was decorated with a white floral design and a black jacket that covered her forearms, wrists and hands. 

Her hair was tied back tightly behind her head, and she parted it in the middle.  

Looking good: On the left side of the coat, a long piece of cloth ran down her side. She wore the coat over a black shirt, matching pants and black boots

Looking good: On the left side of the coat, a long piece of cloth ran down her side. She wore the coat over a black shirt, matching pants and black boots

Flowery display: It was decorated with a white floral design and a black jacket that covered her forearms, wrists and hands

Flowery display: It was decorated with a white floral design and a black jacket that covered her forearms, wrists and hands

Holding a bag: The star held a clutch in one hand as she made it down the runway in the white outfit

Keeping her arms warm: In the other outfit she had a black jacket which covered her arms but not her shoulders

All-business haircut: Kloss’ hair was tied back tightly behind her head, and she parted it in the middle

The biggest name but not the only model: While Kloss might've been the biggest name to hit the runway, a number of other models strutted their stuff at the event

The biggest name but not the only model: While Kloss might’ve been the biggest name to hit the runway, a number of other models strutted their stuff at the event

Posting a few snaps: Kloss didn't just save the photo opportunities for the runway though. She also posted several photos to her social media

Posting a few snaps: Kloss didn’t just save the photo opportunities for the runway though. She also posted several photos to her social media

Kloss didn’t just save the photo opportunities for the runway though. She also posted several photos to her social media. 

The model shared a video to her Instagram story which showed her as she smiled suggestively at the camera and moved her head from side to side. 

She wore a white tank top with black symbols in the center of her chest. Her cheeks maintained a rosy glow and lips were painted a vibrant pinkish-red. 

 Her green eyes shown brightly and her earrings sparkled underneath the lights. 

Small smile on her face: The model shared a video to her Instagram story which showed her as she smiled suggestively at the camera and moved her head from side to side

Small smile on her face: The model shared a video to her Instagram story which showed her as she smiled suggestively at the camera and moved her head from side to side

Well-done makeup: Her cheeks maintained a rosy glow and lips were painted a vibrant pinkish-red

Well-done makeup: Her cheeks maintained a rosy glow and lips were painted a vibrant pinkish-red

Close-up eyes: Her green eyes shown brightly and her earrings sparkled underneath the lights

 Close-up eyes: Her green eyes shown brightly and her earrings sparkled underneath the lights

While Kloss might’ve been the biggest name to hit the runway, a number of other models strutted their stuff at the event featuring the Project Runway judge Brandon Maxwell’s work. 

One woman wore a an elegant silk dress underneath a white blazer that covered a pair of black pants. A black corsage complimented her right wrist. 

Another outfit consisted of a low-cut black top that stayed on via a pair of black straps. She held a black coat in her left hand. 

A mesh net covered her lower half though her tight black shorts were clearly seen beneath it.  

Not the only person walking the runway: While Kloss might've been the biggest name to hit the runway, a number of other models strutted their stuff at the event

Not the only person walking the runway: While Kloss might’ve been the biggest name to hit the runway, a number of other models strutted their stuff at the event

Many more outfits: One woman wore a an elegant silk dress underneath a white blazer that covered a pair of black pants. A black corsage complimented her right wrist

Many more outfits: One woman wore a an elegant silk dress underneath a white blazer that covered a pair of black pants. A black corsage complimented her right wrist

All-brown outfit: A third model wore a long brown coat with a high collar. The coat came without sleeves, and she carried a large brown handbag

Showing some skin: Another outfit that made an appearance at the event consisted of a low-cut black top that stayed on via a pair of black straps. She held a black coat in her left hand

Showing some skin: Another outfit that made an appearance at the event consisted of a low-cut black top that stayed on via a pair of black straps. She held a black coat in her left hand

A third model wore a long brown coat with a high collar. The coat came without sleeves, and she carried a large brown handbag, the same color as her dress, slung over her right shoulder. 

She wore paler brown boots that extended all the way up to her knees. 

Another woman wore a low-cut black dress that consisted of a simple top pushing up her ample cleavage and a feathery black skirt. 

Black was definitely in vogue at the event with yet another model wearing a long black sweater and a gray skirt that plumed outward. Another colleague wore a very similar outfit except it was colored white rather than black. 

New York Fashion Week has still been a highly attended event with COVID-19 concerns lessening in recent days. 

Not much coverage: Another woman wore a low-cut black dress consisted of a simple top that pushed up her ample cleavage and a feathery black skirt

Not much coverage: Another woman wore a low-cut black dress consisted of a simple top that pushed up her ample cleavage and a feathery black skirt

Black is back: Black was definitely in vogue at the event with yet another model wearing a long black sweater and a gray skirt that plumed outward

Different dye job: The other model wore a bright white sweater which was slightly darker than her top

Same look: Two models wore very similar outfits except one was colored white rather than black

The situation has gotten better in recent days with Governor Kathy Hochul announcing that just 3,383 New Yorkers were hospitalized Friday, according to The New York Times. That number is the lowest since Omicron began to ravage the state. 

The statewide positivity rate, the number of people who tested positive for the disease, for Friday was just 2.5% which is much lower than the 23% rate recorded after New Year’s Day.  

Despite these concerns lessening, the New York Fashion Week event organizers still took safety precautions. All attendees must be fully vaccinated, wear masks while indoors except for the runway models or in designated areas and less guests are allowed in to watch the shows. 

Cate Holstein of Khaite, Christian Siriano, Claudia Li, Dion Lee, Gabriela Hearst and Michael Kors all returned to the event, among many others. 

Several of the new designers included Judy Turner, Commission, PatBO and Saint Sintra. 

The show went on: New York Fashion Week has still been a highly attended event with COVID-19 concerns lessening in recent days

The show went on: New York Fashion Week has still been a highly attended event with COVID-19 concerns lessening in recent days

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