It’s cozy season at fall-winter 2020, so your feet should feel warm and look hot. New York Fashion Week is stepping up their shoe game, so get ready to follow their lead. At Jason Wu, bright heels were contrasted against black stockings proving that you don’t need to save your beloved neon sandals for the summer. Ulla Johnson delivered tie dye and tiger striped boots with gold chunky anklets, leaning into the chainlink trend. For an shoes that can handle the weather, take notes from Rag & Bone’s sturdy boots that can handle actual snowstorms and Oscar de la Renta, who sent ballgowns down the runway with galoshes. Here, the top shoes heating up the runway.