The Public School boys, Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne, are the kings of street wear inspired collections. Only the coolest of looks can be found on their runway, and the fall 2016 collection, shown on a freezing February 14th, was no different. They debuted oversized outerwear, layered looks, and military inspired gear, to a packed venue at Hauser & Wirth on West 18th Street. The gallery’s current exhibit of Berlinde De Bruyckere artworks added to the solemn, carnal feel. While the trends weren’t exactly new, Public School always makes them fresh. With beanie-headed models, athletic inspired outerwear, and end-of-the-world looks, the collection was fit for the weather outside, which was cold enough to hurt even the toughest people. With dark tones, the collection could have gotten bleary, yet fringed denim on both tops and bottoms added interesting aspects, while burgundy and hot pink pieces entered the runway when you would least expect it. Oversized, textured outerwear looked ready to walk from the runway to the street… here’s to hoping it’s as warm as it is fashionable.