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Betsey Johnson's Fall Collection at W Scottsdale This Week (VIDEO)

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If you're gearing up for October's Phoenix Design Week and still looking for fashionable (and animal-printed) inspiration, look no further than the  W Hotel Scottsdale

Betsey Johnson's Fall 2011 collection "He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not" will show on the W's WET pool deck on Thursday, September 28, for some pre-Phoenix Fashion Week designer mania.

The ready-to-wear line's full of Johnson's trademark quirky feminine punk aesthetic with floral and leopard prints, lush furs, flashy plaids, and cabbage roses.

The free show starts at 10:30 p.m., and male models will hand out roses to attendees throughout the evening (charming). Event organizers say there will also be "interactive" dance performances.

Watch highlights below from the debut of Johnson's fall 2011 collection at New York Fashion Week.

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