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    Top designers at New York Fashion Week Spring 2010 sent down an array of unique, odd and downright bizarre styles.

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    Icon-clad

    A model shows off a swirly, futuristic design from ThreeasFour, who collaborated with and were inspired by Yoko Ono for their Iconoclastic collection, in a Spring 2010 show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.

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    Hats off

    A model presents an exotic take on the sombrero during the Argentine Designer Collections Spring 2010 show, part of New York Fashion Week.

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    Am I turban you on?

    The Spring 2010 collection of Allude was all about colorful cashmere – for briefs, turbans and tops – in designs reminiscent of retro Cuba vacations.

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    Farm-forward

    Ralph Lauren surprised the crowd at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2010 when he sent down a line of urban cowgirls dressed in distressed denim, prairie-inspired dresses and caps. "I am inspired by the character of the worker, the farmer, the cowboy, the pioneer women of the prairies living authentically through challenging times,” the designer said in his show notes.

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    In the center ring...

    During the Spring 2010 Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, “Gossip Girl” favorite Anna Sui opted to refashion a Victorian circus, taking art direction from the 1967 film "Doctor Dolittle." "I loved the way the men dressed,” Sui told The Associated Press. “It was the 1830s via the '60s, so I went with a little mod, a little menswear."

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    Am I blue?

    Timo Weiland, known for his quirky-cool neckwear, shows off a casual men's style during the label's Spring-Summer 2010 in New York City.

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    Bold shoulders

    Brazilian designer Alexandre Herchcovitch has a well-respected history of kooky, fantastical and avant-garde collections. His latest inspiration, for Spring 2010, has the shape and geometric lines of American football team uniforms.

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    Yipes, stripes!

    A model showcases the new Wild Side line of zebra style during the Snuggie Fall 2009/Winter 2010 collection show. "You're here at — let's just say it — the future of fashion," said the show's host Ross Mathews, better known as Ross the Intern from Jay Leno's "Tonight" show.

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    It's a jungle in here

    Fashion darling Marc Jacobs sent down an array of jungle-colored outfits taken from the 1981-era of Basquiat, The Mudd Club and Bow Wow Wow.

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    By Goth

    Celebrity-favorite Rodarte went to the dark side with their gothic Spring 2010 collection that featured cob-webbed detailing, vampish colors and witch-like tassles.

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    Now cut that out

    Israeli designer Yigal Azrouel went for peculiar, geometric cutouts in his Spring 2010 collection.

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    Sequins of event

    The Spanish duo behind Custo Barcelona, known for a love of color, designed flamboyant and sorbet-bright designs for the Spring 2010 collection. There was no shortage of fringe, ruffles and paillettes of every shape and size.

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    Totally '80s

    Marc Jacobs went back to the '80s during his Spring 2010 fashion show in New York, New York.

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    Curli-cute

    Erin Fetherston named her Spring 2010 collection "Ladyland," focusing on delicate designs with a hint of her statement style -- whimsical.

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    Good sport

    Thakoon, a favorite of first lady Michelle Obama, mixed sporty with high-fashion.

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    A revealing look

    A model presents an avant-garde creation from the Alexandre Herchcovitch Spring 2010 collection, which was inspired by American football team uniforms.

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    Funk-tional

    For the Spring 2010 collection of Thom Browne, the designer told WWD that he was introducing "functional" sportswear to his line. “The importance is in the new shapes. Also, I’ve always been interested in adding elements of sports.”

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    Cher and share alike

    Inspired by rocker Cher, Jill Stuart went for skintight, party-girl '80s styles during her Spring 2010 show held at the New York Public Library.

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    Gaga for Gaga

    Alexander Wang, current “it” boy of the fashion industry, wanted to “explore the deviant side of American teen culture” with his casual Spring 2010 collection of cropped shirts, menswear-inspired vests and loose sweat shirts. Like many other designers, Wang sent down models with no bottoms, a la Lady Gaga.

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    Let us lattice

    Zac Posen’s Spring 2010 collection was a trip to the carnival: a colorful bonanza of fun cutouts, playful shapes and candy-colored prints.

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    Over the rainbow

    A model presents a colorful, patterned creation from Custo Barcelona during the Spring 2010 show. Custo’s flirty and exotic designs, in varying shades of fuchsia, turquoise, silver and sea green, made the models look as though they had just come back from Carnivale.

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    Well-heeled

    An artsy, knee-high creation from designer Alexander Wang is modeled during Fashion Week.

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    Billow talk

    A billowy style that looks like a nightgown-on-steroids from the Toni Maticevski Spring 2010 Fashion Show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.

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    Coast-ing along

    “Project Runway” alum Christian Siriano’s Spring 2010 collection took notes from traveling the glamorous Amalfi coast, with prints that boasted an aerial photograph of the Italian coastline — "flipped, modified, repeated and saturated with Volcanic and Oceanic colors," as Siriano described in his show description.

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    Belly up

    Alexander Wang, like many other designers, went for belly-baring ensembles during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.

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    Cutoff point

    The '80s are back, as witnessed by the Erin Wasson x RVCA Spring 2010 collection, which featured leggings, oversized shirts and short denim cutoffs paired with breezy, flowing tops.

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