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New York Times fashion critic Cathy Horyn has pronounced last night's CFDA Awards a success for the first time. Her reasoning? Winners appeared humble, the setting was more elegant than usual, and the historically stoic crowd gave host Andy Cohen some laughs. Also, Hillary Clinton made a pantsuit joke, so the show really couldn't lose. [On the Runway]