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Kim

The color palette is gorgeous; very unexpected for a spring/summer collection.

Joi (stereoette)

I love Jenni Kayne, and I'm so glad you're covering her show.

However, I'm commenting because I am really interested in your take on the "it" item. I was under the impression that "it" items were on their way out, and that consumers may have finally figured out that they have their own drummers with follow-able beats...

or maybe thats wishful thinking ;o)

Elsa

Kim, I agree that some of the colors were unexpected. But for me I wasn't thinking in terms of seasons--I was thinking that there wouldn't be as many multicolor looks as there were (I didn't select those looks above) given the color trends for Spring 2007 resort.

Joi, you make a good point. I thought about my word choice after I posted and I suppose I better clarify: when I say "it" item, I didn't mean it would be like a...Murakami or something...or even say...a trend that magazines really push in articles about how you must buy a trench or ankle boots. I simply meant that she came out with a few different items that customers in her target market are going to notice and demand; items that won't be "it" items in the fashion market at large but in her target market and which will serve to bring attention to her work and her talent. ;)

jessi

The pieces look very wearable and flattering... far more wearable than a drop waisted dress. I haven't worn a drop waisted dress in a long time, but I am betting that it is harder to pull off than it looks.

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