Daily digest
WWD: Lots of reviews (the spring fashion shows are finally over)! Raves for Chanel, mixed for Louis Vuitton, and pans for YSL; design masters Alexander McQueen, Valentino, John Galliano, and Rochas; weird combination Chloe, Lacroix, Hermes, and Nina Ricci; artsy designers Akris, Hussen Chalayan, Y3, and Rick Owens; and from Friday, Stella McCartney (her first totally positive review ever, it seems), Dries Van Noten, Celine, and Veronique Branquinho; lesser-knowns Martin Grant, Loewe, Andrew Gn, and Loulou de la Falaise; and a huge multidesigner roundup.

NYT: Cathy Horyn goes gaga over the weekend's collections, and over Dries van Noten. Plus: crazy hair.

NYP: Need a break from fashion shows? The working woman's Post covers more practical matters like fall-trend dos and don'ts; fall coats; how to not look fat in jeans; and sales.

IHT: Suzy Menkes on luxury at Vuitton, Hermes, McQueen, and Rochas; a new femininity at Galliano, Chloe, etc.; the Chanel circus; the Mediterranean influence at several shows; a semi-good review for Stella McCartney; and Celine. Plus: Still somewhat new to capitalism, Russians discover high-end makeup; and the new maternity clothes.

WaPo: Robin Givhan on the Paris collections.

The Daily: A runway report on Hussein Chalayan; fashion editor reports from Thursday and Friday; and Brit home designer Kelly Hoppen.

Daily Candy: Cris cashmere sweaters.

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