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What You Need To Know About Day 4 of NY Fashion Week

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A complete Idiot's CliffsNotes Guide to what's happening on that other coast where our sister bloggers have to fight snow and stuff to watch fashion shows in a tent.

· Derek Lam juxtaposed strange textures and colors and made it work.

· Victoria Beckham narrated her show, and editors giggled mockingly.

· Timo Weiland: For the ethno-hipster socialite abroad.

· Lela Rose was inspired by abstract art, and we love the feathered skirt.

· DKNY introduced blazer-capes and lots of orange.

· Catherine Malandrino presented perfect jackets and coats in addition to the fantastic dresses.

· Calvin Klein put Joe Jonas, Zac Efron, and Kellan Lutz in the front row to gaze at his pink pants.

· Simon Spurr kept his models super cozy on the runway.

· Tory Burch hit all the trends from fur sleeves to maxi skirts.

· Max Azria designed a streamlined chic collection for fall.

· Diane von Furstenberg went a little bit Western, but the sheer-polka-dot dress scared us.

· Cynthia Steffe embraced lots of leather--and fur sleeves.

· Y-3 says you will wear head-to-toe buffalo plaid, and you will like it.

· Custo Barcelona was still the most visually interesting show, thumbing its nose at tailored classics.

· Tommy Hilfiger wants us to wear pajamas on the streets, and we are totally on board.

· Erickson Beamon was really, really inspired by Black Swan.

· Duro Olowu showed multicolored, printed maxi dresses.

· Preen paraded muted shades of green, blue, and orange in geometric 80's inspired patterns.

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