Your 7-Sentence Guide to Day 5 of NYFW

Remember that time the "hot mugshot" guy walked the runway?

By: Samantha Sutton

Dreamy dresses, darling details, political statements, and older models: it was this mix of must-see moments that made up day five of New York Fashion Week. We're bringing you the breakdown ahead—in just seven short sentences!—so you can catch up in a flash and be in the know.

Co-creative directors Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia gave guests a two-for-one deal, showing designs from Monse and Oscar de la Renta at the same show.

Photo: Courtesy of Instagram/@voguechina

Mara Hoffman recruited the co-founders of the Women's March on Washington to open her show with a speech.

Photo: Courtesy of Instagram/@marahoffman

Bows were the big detail at Carolina Herrera, appearing on tops, dresses, and even jackets.

Photo: Courtesy of Instagram/@houseofherrera

Rosie Assoulin's pretty, playful dresses were the highlight of the week for many editors, and even more exciting was the designer's first-ever shoe line.

Photo: Courtesy of Instagram/@bugatti_donna

Over-30 models walked the runway at The Row, showing off sleek, structured coats and dresses.

Photo: Courtesy of Instagram/@dabam

Jeremy Meeks, who first made headlines with his "hot mugshot," appeared on the Philipp Plein catwalk.

Photo: Courtesy of Instagram/@philipppleininternational

The show's front row included the likes of Madonna, who sat next to Kylie Jenner.

Photo: Courtesy of Instagram/@madonna

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