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Young Hollywood Copies Anna Wintour

If you hang on to something long enough — boots, a bag, a hairstyle — it's bound to come back into fashion some decade or another. Such seems to be the case with Anna Wintour's signature bob, which she's been rocking since she was 14.

Sari Sloane of Intermix Likes Chloé, Lanvin, and Stella

With the spring 2008 shows under way in Paris, we checked in with Sari Sloane, VP of fashion merchandising at Intermix, to get her picks from the latest crop of looks. What's she buying for spring? Stella's florals and shoes, Chloé's graphic prints, and all of Lanvin.

Video: Harriet and Amy's Trend Report

It's become a Fashion Week tradition here at NYMag.com: Each season, New York Magazine fashion director Harriet Mays Powell and fashion reporter Amy Larocca talk about the trends they've seen over the last few days.

Ten Things We Loved This Week

And so it comes to an end, with editors collapsing with relief and models eating with glee. But what really stood out? Our own Harriet and Amy proudly (and exhaustedly, no doubt) present their picks. 1. Proenza Schouler's polish was a thrilling finish to the day: everything short, stylish, and belted. Particular favorite: exit No. 2.

Belly Dance

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Think shoulders are the only skin you'll be showing next season? Think again.

Sheena Was a Punk-Rocker

Neon was the buzzword this week, landing on nearly every runway. But a few crafty designers reinterpreted that late-eighties trend into something distinctively more punk.

Critics Bow at the Altar of Marc, Oscar, Anna, and Carolina

As Fashion Week draws to a close, it's time to talk about the big guns, those wonders who need no surname. Did Marc's intellectual show ultimately please? Did Oscar and Carolina meet expectations? And what does Anna Sui have up her sleeve?

Five Things We Liked on Tuesday

1. The new, tailored, polished Marc by Marc Jacobs — specifically a short, strapless navy-blue dress. 2. Bruce was completely refined and chic. We loved the evening looks of black trousers and exquisitely detailed and beaded camisole tops.

Slow Down, Strike a Pose

Fashion Week will always be hectic. But some designers gave editors a break from having to frantically crane their necks just to catch a model soaring down the runway. They offered up static presentations where you could — gasp! — actually see the clothes.