nyfw spring 2019

The Best Social-Media Moments From Fashion Week, Day 5

Kaia Gerber at Anna Sui. Photo: Kathleen Hou

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One really good thing about unfashionable weather, is that the trendsetters of the world continue to come up with wilder looks! Also, people are officially starting to wear fall colors. It’s exciting.

Anna Sui’s show was a spectacle of rainbow makeup, multicolored bucket hats, and patterned suits.

Bella Hadid at Anna Sui. Photo: Indya Brown

Zero + Maria Cornejo further validated that we’ll be seeing lots and lots of neon next spring, with magenta strokes of eyeliner and slide-on sandals.

Rag & Bone hosted a movie premiere to celebrate their fall/winter 2018 collection, and served lots of food. Personally, if you’re serving paninis and Venezuelan hot dogs at your event, I’m more likely to buy your clothes the next day. But that’s just me!

Paninis, Venezuelan hot dogs, and empanadas at Rag and Bone’s party. Photo: Diana Tsui
The Best Social-Media Moments From Fashion Week, Day 5