It says something about a designer when the front row is full of notable buyers but lacking in especially noticeable press. We're not sure of its official meaning, but we'd guess it's something to do with the designer making clothes women want to wear instead of striving to produce the next great editorial gem. So it makes sense that Anne Valerie Hash's collection actually looked comfortable despite its beauty. She twisted jersey into all sorts of sexy knots for yes, more jumpsuits. Lou Doillon, who sat front row with Leigh Lezark, will probably throw one under her leather jacket within the week. And if you happen to be in the market for a metal mesh vest or tank, Anne's got you covered.