Michael Kors is thinking neon this season. The man's added an edge to his trenches and sheaths. He stuck Natasha Poly in leather and more leather, threw Raquel into a sleeveless camel trench with a perfect fur collar, Frankie Rayder (!) wore sequins, Coco did tweeds, Arlenis wore a Sherlock Holmes trench, Bruna got to wear a hot pink fur coat and hat, Anja slipped by in an asymettrical chartreuse shift, Carmen Kass wore more fur than I've ever seen and it was almost all accessorized with perfectly chunky chain necklaces. The clothes were particularly quiet after spring's stripes and spots - even the neon pieces were tailored and conservative. Front row seating was a bit mixed up - the Vogue-ttes usually get to sit by the door for a quick exit but this time Anna & Co. made their way further down the runway, across from Mario Testino, while Heidi Klum, Molly Sims and Jane Krakowski held court by the pit. And that was about the freshest thing happening at the tents this morning. Off to Marchesa! Warning: I didn't have time to get coffee pre-Michael Kors, so please excuse the blurry pictures, they're a result of my blurry head.