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The best of New York fashion week 2010
Diva brings you a round up of the best works from New York fashion week - plus, we highlight promising young brand names to watch out for.
Badgley Mischka Fall 2010
Designers Mark Badgley and James Mischka, whose glitzy gowns and jewelry are red carpet staples, had something edgier in mind for fall as they drew inspiration from the "Mad Max" action movies starring Mel Gibson.
For the dress-type of girl by Erin Fetherston
Erin Fetherston's romantic inspiration was Nico, a Warhol superstar in the 1960s, which translated in the designs of dresses.
Lacoste's winter fun wardrobe
Lacoste kicked off the festivities in New York this weekend by presenting a collection for Autumn/Winter 2010/11 that included a mixture of looks.
Carlos Miele: Brazilian energy in NYC
Carlos Miele brought the heat and vibrant colours from his home-land to a New York covered in snow.
Film noir by Vera Wang
Vera Wang defined her latest collection as ‘film noir, influenced by Truffaut and Hitchcock, with a little bit of Catherine Deneuve, Jeanne Moreau and Grace Kelly’.
Marc Jacobs Fall 2010
Marc Jacobs brought back the rawness and rusticity of fur and tweed ensembles to make fall's statement dressing.
Jason Wu: The designer who dressed Michelle Obama
Aged 27 years old and hot on the heels of his extraordinary success with Michelle Obama, young designer Jason Wu continues his work with a new winter collection based on Irving Penn, the man and the photographer.
Anna Sui Fall 2010: Bohemian Rhapsody
Anna Sui always manages to update the Bohemian look - this time with shades of deep burgendy and copper red, and the use of faux fur.
Bold, big accessories for women
Designers showed body armour-like jewellery, gauntlet gloves, militia boots and bags big enough to tote the day's survival gear.

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