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· Jenny Packham loves the mullet dress for evening.
· Carolina Herrera worked light colors and geometric prints into her signature conservative gowns.
· Rachel Roy's pieces swung from strongly masculine to serenely feminine, plus Margherita Missoni and Kim Karadashian showed up to see it all.
· Preen was a (good) collision of the 40s, the 60s and the 90s.
· Barbara Tfank was inspired by Elizabeth Taylor, featuring brocade, metallic fabrics and tropical prints.
· Rebecca Minkoff had sheer shirts, leather harnesses, pops of neon, and the Man Repeller on the runway.
· Donna Karan brought out the "sexy side" of Haiti.
· Rachel Zoe presented incredibly wearable looks for day and evening, from work to red carpets.
· Alice + Olivia showed mod, Palm-Springs-hued garden-party looks.
· Betsey Johnson went a little sexier than usual with body-con dresses(on her daughter) and leopard-print pants.
· Cynthia Steffe showcased interesting fringe and bead work next to ladylike dresses.
· Perry Ellis had shirtless models and colorblocked menswear and shirtless models and neutral gray separates and shirtless models.
· Marc by Marc Jacobs showcased toned-down, preppy looks and retro cuts.
· All Racked Fashion Week coverage [Racked]