It's been a month since Marc Jacobs showed his eponymous spring/summer 2008 collection in Manhattan and The New York Times Cathy Horyn will not stop talking about how brilliant he is. On her blog today, Horyn writes: "I wanted to see a designer suggest the experience of contemporary fashion—the extra-importance of the runway, the weird sensation of being the observer and the observed, the cultural ransacking, the shallowness—and not merely design a contemporary outfit. I felt that Jacobs made this leap..." We hope Horyn is getting some sweet kickbacks for all this ass-kissing; her colleague in fashion journalism, Dana Thomas, sure isn't! [NY Times]