The Tamara Pogosian show had a light, airy feel that was a welcome break from the tents. The space at Exit Art on Tenth Ave. was a great space to show off an emerging designerâ€™s collection. Like a batch of the collections seen so far for spring, there seemed to be a pre-WWII feel to some of the pieces. In the beginning, I felt like the dresses were replicas of one another in different prints. Halter and strapless (blouson top) dresses were a strong presence for the women and the 40â€™s and 70â€™s were inspiration for the menswear. I personally enjoyed Tamaraâ€™s subtlety, varying from soft prints like sails to vibrant colors. Tamara really has a future of designing for the young, style conscious that dominate the industryâ€™s audience and I look forward to her future collections. Two guest models in her show demonstrated Tamaraâ€™s reach into the next generation: Emmy nominated actress Leven Rambin, and runner-up from last seasonâ€™s Americaâ€™s Next Top Model, NIk.