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MARC JACOBS: Under a set of clouds, Marc Jacobs’ hypnotic fall runway show was a woman’s dream — as were these lush knee-high fur boots.

J. MENDEL: A standout on Giles Mendel’s J.Mendel runway was this color-blocked tote that playfully mimicked the pattern on a matching coat.


RALPH LAUREN: Ralph Lauren is no stranger to the Navajo blanket and he worked it for fall on this colorful backpack. It was one look from his new Polo women’s collection that made its debut on his runway Thursday morning.




PROENZA SCHOULER: On their Proenza Schouler runway, Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough anchored their Techno-pop explosion of prints and patterns with these creeper shoes, their versions luxed-up with pointy toes and calf-hair straps.

ANNA SUI: Anna Sui’s Far Eastern romp featured a touch of Art Deco influence as seen in these lace-up sunburst boots done in collaboration with Frye.


REED KRAKOFF: There was an Yves Klein blue moment on Reed Krakoff’s runway with this head-to-toe look in the hue, including a sharp karakul fur bag.

JEREMY SCOTT: Jeremy Scott got his game on for fall with these over-the-knee — and over-the-top — shin-guard booties, part of the designer’s collaboration with Adidas.

MICHAEL KORS: Michael Kors was in California dreamin’ mode on his Wednesday runway and his long-fringed clutches made for one groovy vision.



MARC BY MARC JACOBS: These motocross-inspired socks and pumped-up kicks add to the futuristic tough-cool look of the new Marc by Marc Jacobs girl.


MONDAY: 2/10

3.1 PHILLIP LIM: How amaze is that? On his 3.1 runway, Phillip Lim riffed on pop parlance with paper-bag totes in leather embossed with kitschy words.


THAKOON: It’s a sweater! It’s a scarf! It’s a swarf? Thakoon Panigul showed these nifty numbers that blurred the lines between accessory and clothes while delivering a cozy option for layering during blustery days like these.



Attention! Alexander Wang’s military mood came through in these cool multifunctional “kit” bags at his fall show at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.


RAG & BONE: Made from loose pieces of yarn twisted like dreadlocks, Rag & Bone’s hand-knit hobo bag looks a bit like that lovable Sesame Street character Snuffleupagus.


Stuart Vevers’ debut collection for Coach was all about Americana and his wide-brimmed fedoras were full of pioneer spirit and style.

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