With Valentines' Days (or Galentine's Day), Grammys or just that Netflix binge, keeping up with all things New York Fashion Week can be hard. Luckily, we have our finely manicured fingers on the pulse of everything newsworthy. Here's what you need to know from Monday, day 5 of NYFW.
A Minimalist's Dream: It's no surprise that Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen presented a mostly monochrome collection for The Row. Neutrals and comfy oversized coats graced the runway, while show-goers were gifted with cashmere throws as they left.
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Nautical Vibes: As always, Tommy Hilfiger was a hot ticket, not just because Gigi Hadid opened and closed the show (Hailey Baldwin walked it as well), but Malibu inspirations were brought to a very, very cold New York. It was all about that transatlantic voyage. Oh, and there was a really big ship.
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Model on the Mic: Jourdan Dunn stopped by the E! VIP Experience at the hub of all things NYFW—the Skylight at Moynihan Station. The beauty taped an interview in a bright-orange graphic sweater and thigh-high boots.
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Color Me Pretty: Jeremy Scott lived up to expectations with a bold, colorful collection. Guess who he tapped to wear an electric-blue (literally) mini? Yes, Karlie Kloss wore those wellies well—and we even captured the moment in a sketch.
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