By  on February 2, 2008

Salvador Trinidad: Salvador Trinidad marked his third season flying solo with a polished, Thirties-inspired collection of dresses with imaginative details, like braided fabric on a black cap-sleeve number.

Organic: John Patrick pushed earth-friendly textiles even further this season in a textured city-sophisticate Organic collection featuring lovely openwork against ecological suede and plaid wool.

Alice Ritter: French flair was as abundant as the Champagne at Alice Ritter's presentation, where boldly printed bow blouses popped against beautifully cut coats and trousers.

Binetti: From Russia with love — Diego Binetti turned out a charming Gypsy-inspired collection of bohemian dresses paired with Mod coats influenced by Courrèges.

Jason Wu: Everything was pretty enough at Jason Wu, though most of the dresses and gowns lacked the spunk and richness of his terrific sporty mixes: crystal-embellished jackets in weighty men's wear fabrics over soft blouses or silk and cashmere pullovers with pleated herringbone pants.

Catherine Holstein: The downtown gamine is the apparent inspiration (and audience) for Holstein's youthful drop-waist frocks and boyish cardigans.

Michael Angel: Michael Angel caught a bug — literally — with his digital prints of insects and honeycombs on everything from dresses to leggings.

Myth & Ritual: An old Victorian tearoom served as a suitable backdrop for Amy Schimel's sweet ruffled dresses and wallpaper-print blouses.

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