We Ask a Jesuit Priest to Review Fashion Week Looks - 'Casual Fridays in Hell'

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It's the last day of New York Fashion Week, but we couldn't let it end without checking in once again with Rev. James Martin, S.J., a Jesuit priest, and the official "Colbert Report Chaplain." 

Earlier this week, he sounded off on VPL's strategically placed fur ("It looks like PETA was only half successful."), and Moncler's mob of green coat-clad models ("A phalanx of Soviet ecologists."), and now he's back to offer up his take on looks from Rodarte, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Jeremy Scott, and more! 

Let's get started. 


Rodarte: Spin art is back! Apparently, so are pants modeled on New York's black and white cookies." 
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Marc by Marc Jacobs: "At least everything matches. But what, no ruby slippers? On the other hand, it's just the thing for Casual Fridays in hell." 

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Libertine: "Who knew that Mardi Gras came in a skirt?" 

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Thom Browne: "Roses are red, violets are blue, this is the ugliest freaking coat this Jesuit priest has ever seen." 

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Jeremy Scott: "Cousin It meets The Lorax. Also, call the producers at Finding Bigfoot and tell them that their search is over." 

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The Rev. James Martin, S.J., is a Jesuit priest, author and Editor at Large at America, the national Catholic magazine. He's also the official "Colbert Report Chaplain," and the author of several books, including Between Heaven and Mirth: Why Joy, Humor and Laughter are at the Heart of the Spiritual Life, (HarperOne, 2011).
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