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A wide spectrum of colors, prints, along with touches of fur accents adorned a mix of fitted silhouettes and flouncey bottoms all of which failed to deliver a cohesive collection and a modern take on traditional 40’s silhouettes in the Zac Posen pre-fall 2009 collection.

Perhaps Posen was taking a note from Marc Jacobs’ last collection for Louis Vuitton with his seemingly French inspired pre-fall 2009 collection or perhaps he was inspired by Galliano given the every-color-in-the-rainbow palette of this collection or even further a touch of Roberto Cavalli with his leopard print number.

Whatever the inspiration was, it seemed to lack when it came to originality and excitement.