It feels like the last one has only just ended but here we are, another fashion month has kicked off again. New York Fashion Week launched on February 4 with a selection of men's shows, before welcoming some of the industry's most established womenswear labels – as well as a number of exciting emerging names – to the runways days later.
Among the brands showcasing their autumn/winter 2019 collections was Noon by Noor, the elegant, minimal women's line by Bahraini cousins Noor Rashid Al Khalifa and Haya Mohammed Al Khalifa.
True to its modern and effortless aesthetic, the latest offering boasted plenty of clean lines, fluid fabrics and block colours, with silky, ankle-grazing dresses and artfully draped separates reigning supreme.
Scroll through the gallery above to see more from Noon by Noor's collection.
Other labels hitting the catwalk included Tom Ford, who presented a autumn/winter collection positively dripping in simple glamour (think luxe silks, understated tailoring and pared-back gowns).
Christian Siriano did futuristic mystique, Brandon Maxwell played with volume, and Jeremy Scott dabbled in bold monochrome, as models including Kaia Gerber, Bella Hadid and Joan Smalls showcased the next-season designs.
Scroll through the gallery below to see some of the most noteworthy looks from the NYFW catwalks: