titled his Fall show "Smile" and sent looks with names like Cosy, Xanaxer, and Stressless Dress down the runway to an original jazz score by the Bad Plus. Accessorized with Schiaparelli-referencing handbag hats, models paraded out in plaid kilts and sarongs, chunky knits, and gowns (some with truly odd exposed underpinnings). There were also big blanket-y comfort coats, worn with "I'm just running out to get some milk" fur-trimmed slippers, as well as some eye-popping tinsel looks that are guaranteed to take one's mind off the economy. This certainly wasn't Mizrahi's most cohesive or innovative collection (he has been busy with his new Liz Claiborne duties, after all), but, as usual, he remained true to himself. "I wanted to show actual luxury," he said post-show. "And luxury for me means fur, color, and glitter. Glitter is actually comforting to me."