Fall 2008 Top 20

1 Proenza Schouler: Absolute Perfection.
2 Prada: Miuccia does lace and somehow takes away all notions of virginal and old-fashioned.

3 Marc Jacobs: The epitome of great American sportswear with an attitude.
4 Chris Benz: Yeah, he's young, but he sure as hell knows what he's doing. No one does color like he does.

5 Christopher Kane: Gorgeous, innovative clothes from the new king of young British fashion.
6 Yohji Yamamoto: A collaboration between Yohji and Hermes could only result in amazing clothes.

7 Missoni: Retro in its color palette but thoroughly modern in silhouettes and spirit, it's the best of both worlds.
8 Burberry: The sexiest ladies on the runway were also some of the chicest. The pant will be an absolute must-have next season, you can mark my words.

9 Donna Karan: After so many seasons of uninspiring clothes, Karan comes back with a sublimely sensual and womanly collection.
10 Chloe: Over the top flower power.

11 Benjamin Cho: Perfectly edited, beautiful collection will surely propel him from downtown darling to global force.
12 Lanvin: Let's face it, Alber can do no wrong.

13 Kris Van Assche: Androgyny loves disco.
14 Louise Goldin: The queen of knits is right on target once again.

15 Jil Sander: Architectural and beautiful, as usual.
16 Giambattista Valli: Girls love futuristic voluminous dresses.

17 Bottega Veneta: Monochromatic looks never looked this chic.
18 Tao: Experimental, fun and feminine.

19 Viktor & Rolf: Finally make their conceptual work relevant with a dose of sex appeal and tons of attitude.
20 Undercover: Breaking down the essential wardrobe into a collection exploding with color and feeling.

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