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Fashion Week goes out with a bang today, as American super-labels Ralph Lauren and Calvin Klein wrap things up with big off-site shows. At Ralph Lauren this morning, Janet Jackson (and LaToya!) watched a collection of Depression-era hobo looks go down the runway: Chambray, torn denim, dusty floral prints, ruffles. Call it the Grapes of Ralph (and if you do, cite us, because we're really proud of that one.) Here's what the Twitterers on the scene had to say.
Fashionista reveals the surprise of the morning:
Glamour reports the nicest seats of the week:
While everyone else is freaking out about Janet, ElleUK gives LaToya some love:
Twitterer vika22 spots big-time editors and a 1920's influence:
Sounds like 3.1 Phillip Lim wasn't the only show to play Bob Dylan:
Ralph's make-up team turned the models into flawless goddesses. Like, more so:
Speaking of flawless, the Moment, which generally appears to have its own Twitter proofreader, loved the whole thing so much they actually made a typo: