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When Cathy Horyn likes a headline, Cathy Horyn likes a headline. Or rather, a book: The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone by Tennessee Williams. The Daily got a case of déjà vu after reading the NYT critic's title for her write-up on the Prada spring 2012 show, "The Roman Spring of Ms. Prada." Because it's kind of like one she wrote in 2010: "The Roman Spring of Mr. Lagerfeld." [The Daily]