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Collection We Can't Wait To Get Our Hands On: Proenza Schouler Spring 2011
From the more polished, lady-like tweeds and collared blouses to the colorful, laid-back dresses oozing of Proenza-girl cool, there's nothing in this collection we wouldn't want on our backs. The question is... how long can we wait?
Most Stacked Front Row: Tommy Hilfiger
In case you can't see properly (we recommend viewing in full screen mode for maximum impact) we'll break it down for you. Left to right: Rumer Willis, Rebecca Romijn, Jason Lewis, Jessica Szohr, Ed Westwick, Kristen Bell, Lenny Kravitz, Benny Medina, Jennifer Lopez, Bradley Cooper, Christina Hendricks and Neil Patrick Harris. All in one row. Insane.
Best Designer Bow: Betsey Johnson
Betsey isn't known for keeping things tame, and staying true to her nature and "Ride Me" theme for her spring '11 collection, the designer rode down the runway in a bike for her final bow and then proceeded to do cartwheels on the catwalk. Always an entertainer, that one.
Most Red Carpet Worthy Gown: Marchesa's Cream Puff of Perfection
We can picture quite a few top notch celebs vying for this gown. But where's award season when you need it?
Most Eclectic Model Selection: Richie Rich
What do you get when you put Tinsley Mortimer, violin playing ballerinas, men in drag, playboy playmates, skinny white boys in speedos and drumroll... Ellen DeGeneres on the same runway? Richie Rich's spring 2011 show, obviously! Bravo for diversity!
Craziest Footwear: Rodarte
The Mulleavy sisters are never ones to keep it minimal. We expect these Rodarte heels to have a Daphne Guiness/Lady Gaga moment very soon.
Most Likely To Rival Leopard Print: Giraffe Print
At Karen Walker's S/S 2011 show, the designer sent a couple looks down the runway that might be giving sexy leopard a run for its money. If giraffe print catches on, we just hope people go faux with it.
Most Creative Presentation: Rachel Antonoff
Antonoff's models were guests at their own slumber party for her spring 2011 presentation. Activities included roasting marshmallows, playing Ouija board and jumping on trampolines. We want in!
Most Diverse Runway: L.A.M.B
A big thumbs up goes to Gwen Stefani who put models of all colors (and more healthy looking dress sizes) on her spring '11 runway.
Most Irrelevant Front Row Celeb: Kelly Osbourne
This Fashion Week, Ozzy's daughter attended a slew of shows including Anna Sui, Betsey Johnson, Elise Øverland and Erin Fetherston. Why? Well, for no good reason as far as we can tell.
Most Star Studded Fashion Week Party: Chanel Soho Boutique Opening
It was impossible to find one picture that demonstrates how overwhelming the celebrity guest list was at last week's Chanel soiree. Sarah Jessica Parker and the Kaiser himself were only two of the highlights. Other stars who made appearances throughout the night: Rachel Bilson, Blake Lively, Chace Crawford, Claire Danes, Alexa Chung, Diane Kruger, Rachel Zoe... the list goes on...
Most Likely To Not Make It Into Our Beauty Regimens: Fake Bangs
While we loved the clothes that came down the runway at Preen's spring '11 show, we could have done without the clip on bangs that were tacked onto the models' foreheads. There was nothing subtle about it.
Best Show Soundtrack: Charlotte Ronson
DJ Sam Ronson spun the tunes for sister Charlotte's spring 2011 runway show, and she didn't disappoint with songs like Lisa Loeb's "Stay" and "Laid" by James that were mixed into the track list to complement the collection's '90s grunge yet feminine aesthetic.
Trend We Won't Be Trying: Kitchen DIY
We'll leave the looks seen on Jeremy Scott's spring '11 runway for the Fame Monster. I mean, she already wore a raw meat bikini... the trash bag dress and recycled soda can bikini seem like the logical next step.