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If you're among the people who "get" Marc Jacobs, you may love the collection he showed last night for Spring 2009. We've seen a lot of cobalt blue and yellow on the runways so far, and his show last night was no exception. But Marc Jacobs uses color — and patterns, and layering — in ways that no one else does. He creates new silhouettes, new ideas, new images, by mixing and matching familiar cues: You'll see items that look French, English, American, Asian, '80s, menswear, ladylike, soft and hard all in the same show. Maybe in the same outfit. Interesting. But is it wearable? Flattering? Fun? Judge for yourself: Click the photo at left for a gallery; then click any picture to start the show.(Click on any image to begin gallery)

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