Hot on the heels of its excellent (and first-ever) men's collection, which was unveiled a few days ago, NYC's Sies Marjan showed SS19 at a co-ed runway presentation at the height of NYFW. Designer Sander Lak splashed pastel colors and luxe fabrics all over dressy, tailored looks, and it's easy to imagine the label's pared-back silhouettes sitting in high-end retailers the world over.

Tricked-out jackets, like those in looks #1 and #3, were strong, although Lak hit the hardest when he let colors and fabrics do the talking. Electric blue, blood red and soft pink tailored looks were some of the show's best moments, and while Kaia Gerber (#15) and her brother Presley (#8) hit the runway, Sies Marjan's clothes were strong enough that the celeb models were just an afterthought.

For more from NYFW, check out Eckhaus Latta's gender-vague SS19 collection.

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