Give it to for getting up those Spring looks from Fashion Week in NYC this week (as well as a major upgrade in runway shots for screen I must add). Profiling the latest from John Bartlett, Tim Blanks describes the collection. “Bartlett’s recent collections have felt like the stuffing’s been knocked out of them, so it was uplifting to see what amounted to a return to the form he displayed more than a decade ago. In a tightly edited 20 looks, he offered one of his signature meditations on masculinity… Bartlett loves butch, which meant the short sleeves on his shirts… Torsos were defined by the seams of trim cabana shirts.”

View more looks from John Bartlett’s Spring 2009 collection after the jump and be sure to read Mr. Blank’s full report at

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