Erin Fetherston's pre-show soundtracka music-box version of "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star¿set the mood for a collection that was girlish and romantic, if risk-free. The Parsons-trained, Paris-based designer's debut runway outing was inspired by the idea of her customer as "a flower sprouting from a sidewalk in an urban environment." (Perhaps she had friends like Karen Elson and Zooey Deschanel in mind, both of whom will appear in a short, filmed showcase for Fetherston's clothes that photographer and front-row guest Ellen von Unwerth is shooting.) In any event, the floral theme was used literallymodels wore daisy chains in their hair, and Fetherston's wafty trapeze dresses and flower-shaped bell skirts were embroidered with petals. Tiny blooms covered the surface of a black tulle dress; the tendrils of laser-cut blossoms dangled from a white look; and a pink organza minidress featured crinkle-petaled flower appliqués set geometrically. If the rompers and the suspender dresses seemed out of place, Fetherston's pretty take on the popular navy-blue gown should be a hit with the flower children.