is no stranger to New York's social scene. It's a bit harder to imagine her in a muddy field at an early-nineties rave. But here they were in her latest collection: prints that riffed on glow sticks. If the rave references weren't particularly deep, you can't deny Miller always seems to be having fun with her clothes. It's an attitude that's rather infectious; she wants her clientele to have fun, too—this season, wearing leggings in digital acid trails prints and little black dresses detailed with broken strands of hallucinogenic color. Meanwhile, Miller's adapted biker jackets and chiffon tunics with trailing back hems were straightforwardly attractive, which is likely sufficient for women looking for smart, updated clothes, who don't give a damn about references.