To a great extent, the Hervé Léger show is a forgone conclusion. The brand is famous for one taught, stretchy thing only: the bandage dress. For fall, the look took a particularly anatomical form at first, the models encased in futuristic straps and panels that pointed out all their most feminine parts. There were bejeweled styles that brought to mind armor, and others with flared skirts printed in what looked like a tropical Rorschach test. Refined and innovative, perhaps not, but Max and Lubov Azria know what their customer wants.