Editors swooned over J.Crew's spring/summer collection at the company's Astor Place headquarters yesterday. Creative Director Jenna Lyons presented a slouchy, girly, heavily layered look. There were liberty print rompers (that won't make it into stores, even though I'd buy five), camo jackets, sequined shorts and tanks, a bunch of grandpa cardigans and one great gown all paired with brogues and what looked like Kork-Ease wedges. There were touches of neon everywhere (even more than for fall) and chunky jewelry layered atop itself on wrists and necks, including those Miriam Haskell pieces Lyons was so excited about. Pants-less looks made more than one appearance, with plaid ruffled high-waisted bloomers and what looked like grey knit short, short shorts. And though the clothes were fantastic, it's the brilliant styling that made everyone want to jump in and live in J.Crew world. That and the pigs in a blanket they were passing around.