Jurjis Jarvis: His clerical robes are more likely to keep him in business than the printed silk dresses.

Lloyd Klein: Well-cut jackets over the mini-est minis and a few beautifully draped gowns. Forget the rest.

Geova: Brazil’s individualist upped the ante on his signature pieced-together looks with better fabrics this season.

Vena Cava: Good first collection of clean, skinny silhouettes with a modicum of details — checked trim or purple piping — that didn’t distract.

Veteran: “Eco-stylist” Danny Seo and designer Anamyn Turowski debuted a mostly men’s wear line and a handful of women’s hand-beaded vintage T-shirts and chic coats made of pieced-together men’s shirts.

Heike Jarick: Although the collection lacked focus, standouts included a pretty chiffon dress with leather straps, a lace skirt with ribbon trim and fun tie-back halters.

Maurice Malone: Nothing earth-shattering, but he gets points for wearable sporty jersey tank dresses and sophisticated bouclé and silk suit pieces in black, white or ivory.

B Michael: Why does he bother with those gussied-up evening numbers when he does the simple ones — a navy sheath with fluted hem and bug-shaped turquoise back buttons or a beige A-line with fringed seams — so well?

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