The first day of New York Fashion Week was perfectly wearable. It was like designers listened to the universal call for clothes that can move from the runway to the stores to customers' closets in no time at all, year round. I started the morning at the Tribeca Grand for Abigail Lorick's romantic presentation. Models perched atop a white bed in girly dresses and rompers. The best look? High waisted shorts with a stiff-shouldered top. Everyone loved the Fenton/Fallon jewelry, but the woman painting the collection to the left of the stage was the star. The collection felt more Serena than Blair, but for the sake of wearability that's probably a good thing.