NYFW SS18: Day Four and Five

Day four and five of New York Fashion Week brought a myriad of colour and scores of heavenly summer dresses. Languid tailoring in pastel hues nailed undone glamour at Victoria Beckham while at Diane von Furstenburg, Jonathon Saunders channeled the Seventies giving his audience a taste of luxe bohemia. Click into the slideshow to find out more.

Fenty X Puma: Rihanna flexed some streetwear muscle showing a collection heavy with motocross, surf and skate references. Incorporating head-to-toe tonal looks in shades of blue, purple, orange, white and green the pieces ranged from French-cut swimsuits and scuba suits to athletic parkas and biker-style trousers.

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Fenty X Puma: Rihanna flexed some streetwear muscle showing a collection heavy with motocross, surf and skate references. Incorporating head-to-toe tonal looks in shades of blue, purple, orange, white and green the pieces ranged from French-cut swimsuits and scuba suits to athletic parkas and biker-style trousers.

Diane von Furstenburg: There was a hint of the Seventies in the air at DVF last night. Jonathan Saunders gave showgoers a taste of nostalgia while keeping his eye firmly on the future. Working with exuberantly bright colours Saunders worked with a range of fabrics and embellishments to bring polished bohemia to the pieces.

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Diane von Furstenburg: There was a hint of the Seventies in the air at DVF last night. Jonathan Saunders gave showgoers a taste of nostalgia while keeping his eye firmly on the future. Working with exuberantly bright colours Saunders worked with a range of fabrics and embellishments to bring polished bohemia to the pieces.

Sies Marjan: Sander Lak's fourth show built upon his strong colour and draping foundations. The young designer sent out plenty of beautifully light, floaty dresses that will bring much needed colour and convenience to any summer wardrobe.

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Sies Marjan: Sander Lak's fourth show built upon his strong colour and draping foundations. The young designer sent out plenty of beautifully light, floaty dresses that will bring much needed colour and convenience to any summer wardrobe.

Prabal Gurung: Like his cast of both high profile and diverse models, Prabal Gurung's runway offerings ensured his customers will have plenty to choose from next summer. Sheer summer dresses in mini, midi and maxi cuts were shown alongside lightweight summer knits, trenches and structured shorts.

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Prabal Gurung: Like his cast of both high profile and diverse models, Prabal Gurung's runway offerings ensured his customers will have plenty to choose from next summer. Sheer summer dresses in mini, midi and maxi cuts were shown alongside lightweight summer knits, trenches and structured shorts.

Victoria Beckham: Victoria Beckham's softly softly approach for this collection was a cohesive continuation of her last two seasons. Made up of ladylike pencil and flowing maxi skirts as well loosely tailored blazers and trousers, the British designer put forth an appealing case for relaxed glamour.

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Victoria Beckham: Victoria Beckham's softly softly approach for this collection was a cohesive continuation of her last two seasons. Made up of ladylike pencil and flowing maxi skirts as well loosely tailored blazers and trousers, the British designer put forth an appealing case for relaxed glamour.

Vivienne Tam: Vivienne Tam wove her Chinese heritage through her traveller-themed collection. Wispy dresses and gowns cut from silk georgettes featured printed and hand-drawn Asian motifs and symbols. There was an element of structure too, which came in the form of sharply cut mini skirts, cropped jackets, parkas and summer trenches.

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Vivienne Tam: Vivienne Tam wove her Chinese heritage through her traveller-themed collection. Wispy dresses and gowns cut from silk georgettes featured printed and hand-drawn Asian motifs and symbols. There was an element of structure too, which came in the form of sharply cut mini skirts, cropped jackets, parkas and summer trenches.