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Kate Spade, Costello Tagliapietra, BCBG, More: NYFW Day 2

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BCBG Fall 2012. Photo via Getty Images.

· Kate Spade: "We spotted bold reds and graphic black-and-white prints, yellows, mustards, and reds, shoes with glitter on them, trenches in bright colors, and a whole lot more. Our favorite look was a "Pardon My French" T-shirt paired with a feathery skirt. If it all felt really, really French, that's because it was all put together with help from Garance Doré." [Full Review]

· Costello Tagliapietra: "A few standout pieces from the collection were the final gowns that ran at the end of the show: floor sweepers in heavier, two-toned fabrics with a few select cutouts at the waist, shoulders, and sides." [Full Review]

· Tadashi Shoji: "The collection's vintage looks included dropped waists, tea length dresses, blousons, handkerchief hems, lace bodices, rich washed velvets and chiffons. Colors included beautiful jewel tones, as well as more neutral hues. The entire collection was stunning, probably our favorite Tadashi one yet." [Full Review]

· BCBG: "The dresses for fall will be filled with colorblocked silks, pleating, and will be very pretty." [Full Review]

All New York Fashion Week Fall 2012 coverage