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DVF, Catherine Malandrino, Tracy Reese: NYFW Day 5

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Diane von Furstenberg Fall 2012. Photo via Getty Images.

· Diane von Furstenberg: "For Fall 2012, Diane relied less heavily on her staple wrap dress and iconic prints and moved towards sophisticated solids and color-blocked separates. There were a few witty prints—giant black and white hands on one dress, cheeky oversized apostrophes on another—but for the most part, print and pattern took a back seat bright solids in easy silhouettes, and the occasional sequin." [Full Review]

· Catherine Malandrino: "The new Black Label collection, dubbed La Feline,' is breathtaking, and there are many pieces we wish we had both the figure and wallet for. Particularly, the slim cut cocktail dresses slashed with skin revealing crystal-embedded mesh, the corseted down coat and all the beautiful jewel-tone garments." [Full Review]

· Tracy Reese: "Colors out of a California garden—tomato, lemon, leaf-green, juniper, violet, and carrot—and short hemlines were a cheerful nose-thumb to winter." [Full Review]

All New York Fashion Week Fall 2012 coverage