Fashion Week catch-up
WWD: Reviews for Matthew Williamson, Zang Toi, Christopher Deane, Zaldy, Alexandre Herchcovitch, Benjamin Cho, and Thakoon; Gen Art's youngsters; Custo Barcelona, Richard Chai, Atil Kutoglu, Tess Giberson, and Charles Alexander; big names DKNY, Behnaz Sarafpour, Zac Posen, Baby Phat, and Cynthia Rowley; and the crazies Miguel Adrover, Stephen Burrows, Jeremy Scott, As Four, Luella, and Lilly Pulitzer. And from last week: Big names Carolina Herrera, Bill Blass, Cynthia Steffe, Heatherette, Lacoste, and Jeffrey Chow; designers with followings Tracy Reese, Alvin Valley, Matthew Earnest, Gottex, Sass & Bide, and Sebastian Pons; opening-day raves Perry Ellis, Kenneth Cole, Costello Tagliapietra, Project Alabama, Doo.Ri, and Tocca; and Imitation of Christ, Ruffian, and Sari Gueron.

NYT: Cathy Horyn on spotlight-stealing young designers; for spring, lots of designers are ripping off Prada; Cathy Horyn raves for Zac Posen and Alice Roi; another big trend is ethnic; more raves for Carolina Herrera; models are back (did they ever leave?); and a first-day roundup.

NYP: The Post, as you'd imagine, seems to care more about behind-the-scenes gossip than the clothes themselves; for the poop, read their style section.

NYDN: Ladylike looks.

The Daily: Runway reports from Proenza Schouler, Jeffrey Chow, Carolina Herrera, Esteban Cortazar, Tommy Hilfiger, and Bill Blass and Alvin Valley, Sass & Bide, Tracy Reese, Duckie Brown, Kenneth Cole, Lacoste, and Heatherette; gold is in; plus, more runway reports in the news section. Prints are huge for spring; a Norman Norell revival; more on Prada knock-offers; more raves for Zac Posen; romance at Alice Roi; and Yeohlee's hot subway show.

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