It is very difficult to write about a subject that a person has no interest in. I would not even try and scribe out a heartfelt statement about cross-pollination or a history of concrete, but fashion shows, now that's a different story. Another thing that helps out with writing on a subject is having an exceptional example of said subject in front of you. Jenny Packham... wow, what an absolute joy to witness her show. The range of designs was broad and distinctive. Bohemian dresses and skirts that are fit for a Greek princess or a sophisticated 1960s London socialite. A pant suit that looks like Alexis Carrington would have been honored to wear. Puzzle patterned floor-length evening dresses along with off shoulder designs, perfect for the mid-summer soirée. But Jenny’s real talents lie in her ability to make sheer into the most elegant garments. A sheer gown covered with white stone ferns and a matching tie. A sheer romper adorned with leaves and flowers. But I have to admit,her best piece and probably the best of all of New York Fashion Week, was a black asymmetrical off-shoulder floor-length dress covered in cream color swirls. The way that it was designed made the wearer seem as she was an actual optical illusion, but this was no optical illusion, it was the reality of Jenny Packman’s gift, nay genius, in fashion design.