The sun came out for Marc Jacobs last night. Or, a giant mock sun was constructed for his show, suspended from the ceiling of the Lexington Avenue Armory. From drab to fab the lighting production said and Marc Jacobs confirmed: ”I’ve felt out of sorts, and I wanted to see things sort of dismal and then still show the optimistic side.” That is the feeling of coming out of winter into spring—renewal, illumination. (Wasn’t yesterday just beautiful! 40 degrees and sunny. Optimism.) Anyway, at Jacobs, life was a comfortable cabaret. At Calvin Klein, the waist got utility. And, as usual, the only look that really got us at Ralph Lauren was his own. And thus concludes New York Fashion Week Fall 2013. It was over before it began, much like life. Like sands through the hourglass… we head on to London.