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· Milly: "All the designs were ladylike, yet cool, like Milly pieces always are. But many of them had a futuristic bent and intricate construction, a departure from the designer's more vintage-inspired previous outings." [Full Review]
· Jeremy Scott: "There were emoticon sweaters, peace signs, unicorns, Simpsons prints, other forms of smiley faces, and pretty much a whole lot of things you probably wore in 1993 that were awesome." [Full Review]
· Proenza Schouler: "Fresh off a trip to Bhutan and Nepal, Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez were feeling the Eastern influence. Asymmetrical closures and embroidered silks brought a Himalayan touch to Proenza's downtown girl, and the accessories weren't too shabby either." [Full Review]
· Marc Jacobs and Marc by Marc Jacobs: "Whereas Monday night's Marc Jacobs spectacle was a complicated conceptual journey, Tuesday's Marc by Marc Jacobs show was grounded right back into the retail-friendly realm of accessible fashion." [Full Review]