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In a manner that is all too familiar NYFW has come and gone, but not before leaving its lingering artistic expressions. Proenza Schouler, Delpozo, and Marc Jacobs offered a renewal of faith in the idea that ready to wear doesn’t have to come off that way!

The guys at Proenza Schouler presented silhouettes that were fun, of a sophisticated color palette, topped with tailoring and layering that would make any woman the envy of any room.

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Delpozo continues to be a constant favorite. Josep Font is a master at fabricating rigid silhouettes, only to then manipulate them in a way that resolves itself as whimsy and ethereal. The fashion world ought to start tooting the horns on the Josep Font for the Christian Dior train today! He’d be a great fit.

Photos Via Vogue Runway

Monsieur Marc Jacobs. The man one counts on for delivering the high paced, exaggerated, industrious works of a Parisian fashion show did it this season without the extra props. A clean white runway was the stage for a hybrid of Gothic, mysterious seductresses. God, who is this woman? Where can we meet her Marc?

Photos Via Vogue Runway