On day five of New York Fashion Week, there were several stand-out shows that were worth taking a closer look at. Here's looking at Brock CollectionSies MarjanBossRodarte and Prabal Gurung's newest S/S'19 collections...

Brock Collection 

New York Fashion Week S/S'19: Day five highlights

What you need to know: Brock Collection delivered a romantic yet all-American Spring/Summer '19 collection during New York Fashion Week. Laura Vassar and Kris Brock swapped their traditional white-walled runway space for one of their favourite restaurants (Daniel Rose’s popular French eatery, Le Coucou), delivering a collection that was made with the restaurant in mind. Imagining how the clothes would look like in the setting, the duo sent a slew of romantic silhouettes, printed fabrics, flared skirts and their signature corset constructions down the runway.

In case you missed it: The designer duo behind the label referenced American artist Georgia O’Keeffe in most of their pieces with wallpaper-like prints. Georgia O’Keeffe has recently influenced several designers in the past two years, including Micheal Kors and Maria Grazia Chiuri

Sies Marjan

New York Fashion Week S/S'19: Day five highlights

What you need to know: Sies Marjan showcased a different approach to next season's dressing with a collection that was more relaxed and reality-based. Using only neutral and bold hues, Sander Lak embraced a very utilitarian aesthetic via long shirtdresses, cargo pants, pleated dresses, draped silhouettes, a reworking of the classic tuxedo and a slew of deconstructed pieces. 

In case you missed it: There was such a diverse line-up of models at the Sies Marjan show, including Lak's mother. 


New York Fashion Week S/S'19: Day five highlights

What you need to know: Hugo Boss' more contemporary label unveiled a co-ed collection overnight with lightweight layers in soft shades, relaxed cuts, sporty details, easygoing hand-crinkled tailoring, surfboard stripes and patchwork leather giving us the ultimate beachside vibes. Fitting, giving the collection is called 'California Breeze.'

The key details: Not only did the lightweight sartorial pieces catch our attention, but the brand's latest accessories (handbags, sunglasses and strappy footwear) had us screenshotting like nobody's business.


New York Fashion Week S/S'19: Day five highlights

What you need to know: After showcasing their collections in Paris for several seasons, the Mulleavy sisters are back in New York and they delighted the crowd with their comeback collection. Continuing the brand's whimsical-meets-ethereal aesthetic, the embellished pieces were finished with intricate embroideries, detailed ruffles and roses, in all shapes and colours. 

The beauty behind the collection: The beauty looks were just as statement-worthy as the collection what with hair stylist Odile Gilbert and makeup artist James Kaliardos working their expertise on the models. Whilst Gilbert blended flowers with Art Deco-inspired metal crowns and birds, Kaliardos created the beauty looks inspired by the Picasso 1932 — Love, Fame, Tragedy show at the Tate Modern with bold and bright lips and eyes. 

Prabal Gurung

New York Fashion Week S/S'19: Day five highlights

What you need to know: Staying true to his brand aesthetics, Prabal Gurung delivered a very rich Spring/Summer '19 collection that was filled with energy — there was a lot of colour blocking hues, bold tones and relaxed silhouettes. Plus, Gurung closed the show with a range of gowns from his exclusive Atelier Prabal Gurung label. 

Model line-up: Some of the biggest names in the industry walked for Prabal Gurung (as usual). We spotted the Hadid sisters, Joan Smalls and a slew of male models who were there to front the debut of the brand's men's line. 

Now, take a look at the collections showcased on day four