Julia Fox looks cozy in furry boots and covers her

Julia Fox looks cozy in furry boots and covers her leotard with a chic trench coat on the way to a fitting for New York Fashion Week

Julia Fox was enjoying this year's New York Fashion Week as she was spotted out and about on Monday.

The 34-year-old actress and model combined modern comfort with a classic trench coat as she headed to fittings for another fashion show.

She has been very busy these past few days and was last seen on her way to the costume ball on Sunday evening, where she wore her new silver hair for the first time.

Her wavy locks, which reached her chest, appeared to have an added pink hue as a playful addition.

Julia's contrasting ensemble consisted of a relaxed white leotard that hugged her curves and showed off her legs.

Julia Fox was enjoying this year's New York Fashion Week as she was spotted out and about on Monday. The 34-year-old actress and model combined modern comfort with a classic trench coat as she headed to fittings for another fashion show

The Uncut Gems star contrasted the modern, ultra-casual piece with a classic brown trench coat.

The coat was strapped around her waist but left unbuttoned to show off much of her body, and had storm flaps over her shoulders for an extra sturdy touch.

Julia's mishmash ensemble threw another curveball with tan leather stiletto boots.

The dress shoes contrasted with a thick layer of brown and white fur that reached mid-knee, likely helping to keep her warm on the chilly day.

She also added a set of dark brown driving gloves for style and extra warmth.

The fashion show regular looked like she stepped out of the 1950s thanks to her sheer white headscarf that covered her silver and pink locks, and her large bug-eye sunglasses were reminiscent of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.

Julia completed her look with a touch of luxury with a tasteful gray Hermès Birkin bag.

The mid-century ensemble was a stark contrast to her fairytale corset dress and uncovered silver hair from Sunday night, when she was spotted on her way to Elena Velez's costume ball.

Julia's contrasting ensemble consisted of a relaxed white leotard that hugged her curves and showed off her legs The Uncut Gems star contrasted the modern, ultra-casual piece with a classic brown trench coat

Julia's contrasting ensemble consisted of a relaxed white leotard that hugged her curves and showed off her legs. The Uncut Gems star contrasted the modern, ultra-casual piece with a classic brown trench coat

The coat was strapped around her waist but left unbuttoned to show off much of her body, and had storm flaps over her shoulders for an extra sturdy touch

The coat was strapped around her waist but left unbuttoned to show off much of her body, and had storm flaps over her shoulders for an extra sturdy touch

Julia's mishmash ensemble threw another curveball with tan leather stiletto boots and knee-covering fur She accessorized with brown driving gloves, a clear bandana and a gray Birkin bag

Julia's mishmash ensemble threw another curveball with tan leather stiletto boots and knee-covering fur. She accessorized with brown driving gloves, a clear bandana and a gray Birkin bag

She wore a Eunoia Shakespeare dress, which retails for $2,836 on the site.

Julia has recently been focusing on her modeling and appearing in high-profile fashion shows, but her Hollywood career continues.

Last year, she reunited with her No Sudden Move director Steven Soderbergh for the psychological thriller “Presence,” which was shot in just three weeks after receiving a waiver from filming amid the writers' and actors' strikes.

The film premiered at Sundance last month and was acquired for distribution by independent studio Neon. The studio previously distributed the hit Korean thriller “Parasite,” which surprisingly won Best Picture and several other Oscar awards.

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