's Spring collection, with its scarf-print bloomers and lacy camisoles, seemed skewed to the starlet set. That makes her Fall show, with what her program notes described as "silhouettes reminiscent of eras past," a volte-face
. There's nothing wrong with 180s, per se, but one of the questions that lingered after Dinnigan's show this morning was just who exactly is the customer for those lace shirt-waisters with the crinolines? It was easier to imagine the evening sparklers, encrusted with crystals or densely beaded in deco rows, finding fans. But then a trio of looks in an oversize blue polka-dot print hit the runway and they didn't look like sure things either. It may be that a Spring collection comes easier for an Aussie like Dinnigan, but in the end, she didn't have much new to contribute regarding how modern women—celebs or otherwise—should get dressed this Fall.