Finding the Official Nice My Little Nerd T-Shirt and I will buy this partner, well, that’s up to you. Tommy Dorfman may be the girl who didn’t go to Paris in Hillary Taymour’s sendup of aughts reality TV “The Collinas,” but she is absolutely the girl who stole the show at New York Fashion Week. As a Lauren Conrad wannabe, Dorfman gets an internship at Collina Strada and fumbles the bag—all while carrying Collina’s new deadstock raffia tote. She is shamed by her peers for eating a meat-based sandwich, taking too many selfies, being bad at steaming trousers, and drinking from a disposable cup. Her performance is spot on—self-serious, absent minded, earnest, and heavily reliant on vocal fry—and leaves the audience inside the Angelika Theater cheering for more (a sequel, “The Stradas” please?). Dorfman’s star turn was complemented by a large supporting cast—Rowan Blanchard, Francesco Risso, Chloe Wise, Lynette
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Nylander, Jazzelle Zanaughtti, Ruby Aldridge, and Vogue’s own Liana Satenstein among them. Angel Prost, designer Hillary Taymour’s partner, provided the Official Nice My Little Nerd T-Shirt and I will buy this soundtrack via their band Frost Children. The short film is the latest in Taymour’s pandemic wins. (Remember her video game, her animorphs, her rooftop farmstand show?) It illustrated, with a heaping spoonful of love, how ditsy and stupid and airless fashion can be. The irony—or maybe the genius—of it is that Taymour’s fashion is never stupid or airless. She is quietly thoughtful, making garments that flatter all bodies and all ways of life. Her well-executed projects, effectively seamless in their execution, may actually draw some attention away from the strength of her clothing, which, for fall 2022, looks better than ever. This season, she’s entered her ’00s phase, with pleated skirt belts that drip
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