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Twits in the Tents: Twitterati on the Michael Kors Show

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Okay, Michael. We get it. Your show is one of the biggest events of the season. Your use of neon, cutouts, Lucite headbands, and awesome dresses will have everyone talking. Anna Wintour was in the front row, and so was...Michael Douglas? But while WE couldn't be there to enjoy your fabulous collection, we did live vicariously through the many Tweeters who gave us the scoop.—Phillip Picardi

The Cut pondered over handing ID to get into the show. The reason?, in the meantime, got excited about the goodie bags. was all about Michael Douglas' arrival to the show:

But Paper Magazine thought he wasn't the biggest star there:

Once the models came out, Sephora was all about the makeup:

Glamour commented on Kors' interesting material choice:

LouLou magazine lusted for the headbands, but not the soundtrack:

Speaking of the soundtrack, Derek Blasberg watched in awe at the side performance:

Joe Zee was less about the soundtrack, more about the clothes (thankfully):

But The Village Voice emerged victorious with the best parting gift: