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Marc Jacobs closed out New York Fashion Week with an operatic finale, playing the aria from "La Wally" used in the movie "Diva".The clothing was anything but spare: Jacobs' models wore brilliant colors, like orange and yellow, and big, bold floral prints.Jacobs finished the outfit with billowing pants.The most notable look: Turbans. Everyone had them, and they came in all colors – partly inspired, Jacobs said, by Kate Moss, who famously wore a gold one to the Met Gala with Jacobs in 2009 .There was also an ivory cocktail dress with a satin bodice and ostrich feather skirt.She closed out the sleek and feminine show with her hit "Brave".Inspired by his first trip to the South Pacific, Michael Kors created a beach collection for spring, dressing his models in very relaxed, wearable pastel dresses and skirts featuring palm frond patterns and tie-dye. AT FASHION WEEKBefore her first runway show at New York Fashion Week, Eva Longoria buzzed around backstage Wednesday like a seamstress. She cut extra threads from garments, examined hemlines and pointed out clothing that needed steaming.After "athleisure" wear, the catwalk transitioned to jumpsuits made of printed crepe and washed twill and midi-length dresses with asymmetrical stripes.
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