In case you didn't hear, the Times' Cathy Horyn (left) was the only major fashion critic to love, love, love the Marc Jacobs show, and didn't seem the least bit put out by his tardiness. In fact, Horyn took a break from blogging about the remaining shows to defend her controversial position: "All the time I say to young designers, 'Give me a new contemporary version of sexiness. Show me something other than a sweetheart neckline, a corseted waist, and an Alaïa homage.' I've been waiting, and not seeing it. So when I saw the way Jacobs had stripped down those dresses, expressing a natural élan as much as a silhouette that any person can draw upon, he had my vote." In other words, he showed some flat-chested nipple-action? [On The Runway]