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The decadent New York Fashion Week is in full swing, and there's no shortage of terrific photography to illustrate it. As collections from Rag & Bone, Thom Browne, Marc Jacobs were showcased, our (otherwise untrained) photography eye noticed a few intriguing images from the proceedings. Topics include, but are not limited to: flying nuns, Victorian futurism, inspiration from Egypt protests (maybe? We're not sure), Black Swan undertones, and a Gaga-esque "emerging from an egg" designs. Have a look.



Rehearsal before
Rag & Bone Fall 2011 Show
:




Rehearsal for Band of Outsiders Fall 2011 Collection:




A 'colorfully clad'
make-up artist prepares a model:




Black Swan-ish: Modeling Monique Lhuillier




Thom Browne Fall 2011. Was this inspired by the situation in Egypt? Take a look at the color scheme. 




Flying nuns, also for
Thom Browne:




Betsey Johnson produces some serious leggings:




Marc Jacobs Fall 2011: Victorian, with a dash of futurism?




Plaid and flannel make an appearance (Thakoon Fall 2011 Collection//Rag & Bone Fall Men's Collection):




Check out the skating model (2011 Elise Overland Collection
):




                Gaga wasn't the only one to emerge from an egg this week:

                     

            All photos used under permission from Associated Press Images.

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