Fab or Flop: Kim Kardashian's completely sheer look, Scarlett Johansson's sexy leather top and more


As Thursday marked the start of New York Fashion Week, dozens of stylish celebs stepped out in the Big Apple this week to show off their trendy fall looks. Even those who stayed around L.A. and London seemed to put their best fashion feet forward in honor of the momentous week ahead.

The biggest trend this week was definitely the all-black look. Celebs looks chic and sleek in head to toe black, and the best trendsetters added fun accessories for a unique pop of color. We especially loved Gigi Hadid's yellow cross-body bag that perfectly complemented her casual black getup. Scarlett Johansson also brought a Hollywood glam vibe to NYC with a sexy black leather top and oversized shades that scream "Breakfast at Tiffany's."

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The winner of the week, of course, was Kendall Jenner. While Jenner never ceases to amaze us with her dazzling tastes, the star stepped out in all white this week and looks absolutely flawless. She somehow mixed slip-on-sneakers with a long fabulous peacoat while managing to maintain a full-on regal appeal.

While many celebs looked fab this weekend, there are always a handful of flops in the mix. Kim Kardashian took the head-to-toe black trend a bit too far and came off looking more intimidating than trendy. Others, like Pink, disregarded the fall vibe altogether and went with a denim dress and knee-high boots that did nothing for her figure and looked frankly frumpy.

Click through the gallery to check out all of the best and worst of this week's celeb style and come back and VOTE in our poll below!

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NYFW Fall 2015: Joie
NYFW Fall 2015: Joie

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