As the Bangles once sang, it's just another manic Monday -- and there's nowhere that song rings more true than New York Fashion Week. As the clock winds down on the NYC fashion scene's favorite week, the shows are becoming spectacles in and of themselves and we're seeing lots of designers gunning for the Twitter spotlight (think: models driving up in sports cars at Opening Ceremony).

And we've got it all here, with every minute of the madness being tracked in our live blog.

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Spotted outside the Ralph Lauren show: Anna Dello Russo in a pair of heels straight from Sesame Street.

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How gorgeous are these two? They sat front row at Reed Krakoff, blinding everyone with their enviable hair.

See which other celebs sat front row on the last days of NYFW.

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We will never think of hot rollers the same after what we saw backstage at Jeremy Scott's Spring 2014 show.

As British hairstylist Eugene Souleiman and his team prepped the models' hair to wear '50s-inspired wigs, we spotted one assistant in the corner setting the curlers with a... fabric steamer. Check out the video below!

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We can't say we didn't see this coming. The collection that stole the show today was Proenza Schouler's. The designers, Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez (who met while studying fashion at Parsons), have become known for their pieces rooted in classicism and their gravitation toward muted colors and skillful layering.

Today, Proenza Schouler had our favorite look of Day 7 of NYFW. Check it out below.

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It seems as if Michael Kors can do anything. Today, we noticed that there was a strong '70s vibe to his spring looks. High-waisted paints, geometric prints and billowy cuts dominated his runway. This is a far cry from the sleek masculine look we saw six years ago in his Spring 2008 collection. We decided to compare two suited looks to see the intense difference.

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2008 (Left) and 2014 (Right)

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