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What You Need To Know About Days 6 and 7 of New York 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.

· Diesel Black Gold opted for leather over denim, from pants to dresses.

· Herve Leger made bandage dresses like suits of armor, plus flouncy skirts and pants.

· Karen Walker had amazing sunglasses to top off amazing looks inspired by 30-years-ago industrial England.

· Tibi was inspired by the 90's, but not the grungy parts.

· Narciso Rodriguez had gorgeous clothes but weird shoes and non-music.

· Marc by Marc Jacobs looks like a bookworm from the 1970's. A sexy bookworm.

? Michael Kors continues to make monochrome cool.

· Jeremy Scott taught us about candyflipping and we flashed back to the late 90's like whoa.

· Nanette Lepore let loose and embraced neutrals.

· Milly had bright colors, short sleeves, and toddlers.

· 3.1 Phillip Lim went for vivid colors reminiscent of the 80's—sapphire green, blue, burgundy, etc.

· Isaac Mizrahi had poodles and cake.

· The Blonds....just whoa.

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