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- Oscar de la Renta. Photo credit: Getty Images
- J. Crew
- Tory Burch
- Karen Walker
- Vera Wang
- Narciso Rodriguez
- NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 13: A model walks the runway at the Herve Leger By Max Azria fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2012 at Lincoln Center on September 13, 2011 in New York City. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Mercede
- Theyskens' Theory
· Tory Burch went super-retro all the way back to the 20s.
· J. Crew showed in the tents(!), complete with mixed patterns and wild neon accessories.
· Vera Wang took inspiration from sportier looks, so you know it's officially a trend now.
· Karen Walker did the mixed prints thing in the 40's silhouette thing.
· Rodarte turned Van Gogh into beautiful dresses.
· Diesel: Metallics, blazers, and slinky dresses.
· Herve Leger showed futuristic-looking body-con dresses, in pretty much a wild contrast to everything else we've seen this week.
· Theyskens' Theory went slouchy and iridescent and unmistakably un-Theory (but it was awesome).
· Oscar de la Renta's voluminous gowns make us kind of crave a cupcake right now.
· Tibi had a little Greek goddess mixed in with her muted pastels and colorblocking.
· Narciso Rodriguez combined sheer with colorblocking with neutral with asymmetrical looks for a very artistic collection.
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