A little matronly, but the top detailing is a nice touch.
Pretty and feminine without being cloying. Good call for any spring evening.
Cat thinks she wore this in kindergarten with a kitten and a ball of yard embroidered on the yoke.
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Cat isn' what this dress is trying to be, but the sheer force of the color and the model'tude are winning us over.
Thanks to Britney, lady bits are the hottest accessory of the season, and this little dress aims to please.
And here come the 90s.
How 1991, when minimalist lines could be an excuse for wearing a sack out on the town.
Cat actually likes the puffy sleeves. But Cat will admit to it: She has a closet full of fussy things she loves but never wears.
Hmmm. Cat wasn' you needed a winter sweater at the beach. But she'from Colorado...what does she know about those crazy California types?
Cat is speechless -- with apathy.
They' daisy dukes, but still: Short shorts are never appropriate office attire.
This is better but Cat is still dubious of the shorts. The jacket, however, is stunning, with the pintucking around the collar.
Here we begin the Diane Von Furstenberg portion of the evening. And while Cat normally loves her wrap dresses -- so comfortable, so classic -- this one looks as if it were made from a nauseous snake. Perfect for Cherry Creek matrons and trophy wives.
The print makes this look less like a jumper than the last version we saw, but it is still a jumper nonetheless. But hey, if you can wear it like this model, by all means go for it.
You won't break any fashion ground with this shift, but it's still fresh and mod -- and you can never go wrong with that.
Yet another sack dress, but this one with some odd form of strapping tape across the chest.
Ack! Cat's been blinded by the white...
Cat's pretty sure she made this dress when she was in high school. In fact, she probably still has the Vogue pattern stashed away somewhere.
Other than the color, nothing particularly moving about this dress.
Giraffe is the new leopard.
No collection is complete without at least some fringe.
Didn't Dolly Parton wear this in “9 to 5”?
Interesting corporate look -- particularly with the visible nipples.
Yawn. Sorry boys.
You'll be a knockout in this amazing piece. Plus, you're lover will be able to find you at all those chichi events wear everyone is always looks the same.
How this was even allowed down the runway, Cat doesn't know. It looks like he rummaged through his college closet and pulled out the first things he saw.
Okay, seriously. Cat knows Oliva Newton John wore this at some point.
Wasn't it considered a right of passage when we all got to move out of the jumpers and into real clothes? Then why, Cat asks you, are they coming back and sexed up?
And now for the urban hippie/pajama party portion of the evening.
Pretty, but you can buy it in almost any store on the Pearl Street Mall.
What the new Sandra Dee will wear when they remake "Grease."
Who cares about the clothes. Well definied abs are always a hit.
A perfect summer sundress.
No, wait, this is the perfect summer sundress. Suddenly, such riches.
No, wait it's this one. Cat can't make up her mind. She must have them all!
Cat gives up. She loved this section of the show. Everything looked pretty and easy and made the girls seem really vibrant. Cat wishes she could be like that every day.
Wow. Wow. Wow.
This is a little Marilyn Monroe for Cat, but it's still a stunning gown. Particularly the detailing on the bodice.
A small set back here, but nothing that can't be overcome by what is walking down the runway next.
Slinky. Sultry. Bond girl fo sho. And Cat means the good Bond girl, not the trampy evil vixen that always shows up to woo our man. And by our Man, Cat means Daniel Craig. Long live Sean Connery, but Craig *is* Bond now.
Had this been earlier in the show, Cat would have loved it. But buried in this embarrassment of riches, it is hardly worth mentioning.
Hmm. I think the model forgot to put on her dress and instead is just modeling her negligee. It still looks beautiful against her skin, though.
Gorgeous in its simplicity.
Cat covets this dress. It is possible to be sexy without being lewd -- someone alert La Lohan and the former Mrs. Federline that such a thing is possible.
A picture-perfect finish. Grecian without being over the top. Flowy and feminine without being cloying. And not black. Tres, tres lovely MAX!