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New York Fashion Week Spring 2014, Reviewed!

Our fashion editors are wrapping up New York Fashion Week Spring 2014. For those whose fashion show invitiations got lost in the mail, our reviews of the Spring collections will keep you well informed — and eager to see the first signs of Spring!  Catch up on all the sartorial action below and read some earlier reviews here.

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  • Nanette Lepore — "flirty ruffles, embroidered dresses, and daffodil prints"
  • Michael Kors — "an utterly wearable '40s-meets-'70s mashup"
  • ICB by Prabal Gurung — "a decidedly pared-down offering, relaxed from head to toe"
  • Narciso Rodriguez — "sexy, sharply cut and utterly wearable"
  • Elie Tahari — "a nod towards the past with futuristic components"
  • Rodarte — "not for the timid and as wild as the runway's flashing bulbs"
  • Sachin + Babi — "a lattice-stitched and brightly hued collection inspired by Greece"
  • Oscar de la Renta — "glamorous, colorful clothing inspired by the Elizabethan era"
  • Marc by Marc Jacobs — "a major metallic moment with David Bowie-worthy stars"
  • Jenny Packham — "a '70s take on austere Edwardian attire"
  • Vera Wang — "an artful and architectural approach with a decidedly athletic reference"
  • Tory Burch — "a botanical wonderland inspired by the French Riviera in the 1960s"
  • The Row — "languid lines and minimal garments with a safari feeling"
  • Zero + Maria Cornejo — "structured separates with anthropological references"
  • Alice + Olivia — "the perfect balance between wearable and statement-making"
  • Donna Karan — "a luxe hippie voyage with prints that recalled Southwestern pottery"
  • 3.1 Phillip Lim — "Robinson Crusoe meets Daft Punk"
  • Theyskens' Theory — "proportions and layering brought the '90s on the mind"
  • 10 Crosby Derek Lam — "a monochromatic palette inspired by Zanzibar"
  • Tommy Hilfiger — "scuba, surf, and skater references evoked the active Cali lifestyle"
  • Carolina Herrera — "light-as-air fabrics, feathers, and beading with movement"
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