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Designers live to set trends, and celebrity favorite Zac Posen sought to jolt New York fashion out of its slumber party by ditching the runway for portraiture on Valentine's Day.Posen said he would build up his collection closer to the release date, but said his shoes would be shoppable online in a week.Posen sought to avoid much of the political commentary that has clung like a limpet to fashion week with America's cultural elite largely up in arms over President Donald Trump.HEPBURNThe morning highlight of day six was multimillionaire designer Tory Burch, who unveiled a Katharine Hepburn inspired collection designed for the modern, elegant and powerful woman.The opening look – a white coat and white pants – was difficult to dissociate with anyone other than Hillary Clinton, her most iconic look on her presidential run last year that Burch supported.
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