Read All of Cathy Horyn’s Fashion Week Reviews in One Place

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Cathy Horyn. Photo: Brad Barket/Getty Images

This Fashion Week marked Cathy Horyn's second season as the Cut's critic-at-large. Fearless as ever, she covered the shows with aplomb, even taking down Kanye. Here's the full list of her reviews from the New York shows. 

On the lack of real innovation in young designers like Tome, Creatures of the Wind, and Creatures of Comfort; the integrity of Rachel Comey; and the joy of summer pudding.

On Givenchy's symbolic and successful 9/11 show.

On the secret of Alexander Wang's appeal, the Frenchness of Altuzarra, the flat presentation of Baja East, and the debut of Monse.

On Hood by Air's shock from the future, Prabal Gurung's Nepalese tribute, and Diane von Furstenberg's "It" girls.

On the absurdity of Fashion Week, Carolina Herrera's new attitude, Eckhaus Latta's refined integrity, and meeting Mariah Carey.

On Sophie Theallet's standout showNarciso Rodriguez's decisiveness, and the good, but mediocre, ideas of Coach and Oscar de la Renta.

• On Kanye fooling the fashion industry, the Public School designers' debut at DKNY, the somber change at Michael Kors, and the polished success of Proenza Schouler.

• On Marc Jacobs's love for New York, Ralph Lauren's French inspiration, and Calvin Klein's repetitive modernism.