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Josie: Fashionistas in full swing at New York fashion week. Loving what they're seeing for fall. Michelle: That girly sort of rock vibe. Kelly: Just love that high and low, masculine/feminine edge. Shenae: Fur and feathers man, it’s the theme. Josie: What else? Lots of 80s, loads of men’s wear, neutrals, grays, and black. Kate: Women are drawing a lot of strength from what they are wearing. So we really seeing aggressiveness come back. Josie: And no aggressive woman is complete without a strong beauty statement. Let's start at the top. Hal: The hair was lost and simple. It’s simple and pull back. You can do big, but big has to be weightless. I think that’s the thing that’s really important. Josie: Backstage style gurus were using Phyto’s products to get the look. The shining star, their Phyto professional work of a holding spray. Odile: It's light. It’s efficient. It’s natural. It’s done with plants. And it’s the way we love it. The inspiration is blondie and we do purely hair and wash the whole thing. So I put the head of the girl upside down and I use the hairspray to finish. Josie: Hair, check. Now what about the makeup? Joe: With beauty, you can really have make that little bit of an extra statement. I think we are seeing shimmer on the eyes and little color on the lips. Linda: Beautiful bright red lips. Shiny, shiny. Very pale beautiful finish skin. Josie: Finishing touches? Accessories. Mary Alice: It’s a lot of wedge bag with the shoe. A lot of fur and shirling inspired shoes. As far as bags, there are a lot of skins. A lot of clutches. Josie: So what do clutch on to come fall? A little fur. Something gray. A can of hairspray. And some red lipstick. In New York, I'm Josie Miller.