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Shop the Hoodie Dress Trend Taking Over the Fall 2016 Runways

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The hoodie dress — a slightly longer alternative to your standard, waist-cinching sweatshirt — is one of the newest trends popping up on the fall 2016 runways at New York Fashion Week. Rihanna debuted the popular baggy silhouette during her latest collection for Puma — outfitting her hip line-up of models in black and white, screen printed versions during her elaborate presentation. Lacoste and Public School also kept the trend alive with embroidered versions and exaggerated long sleeves.

Luckily for you, the garment is already on the market (and soon to be your closet). The sporty-goth look can be pinned to Vetements creative director, Demna Gvasalia, who revived the streetwear classic in the new shape for spring 2016. Shop the look now with options that range from a $925 hoodie by Public School to a $45 iteration by Puma, all in our gallery above.

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