NEW YORK, Feb 15, 2011/FW/–Tracy Reese has built a following with her feminine and flirty fashions. The designer sticks to what sells, and typically plays to the trend.

Like Reese’s most recent spring and pre-fall collections, for fall she continued to push looks that channel the 70s.

Reese revealed boho glam pieces like long pleated silk skirts in an array of colors, furs in a variety of makes, high-waisted trousers both printed and solid, and flowing floral dresses.

Amidst the disco-era designs were pieces that were distinctively 80s, like a diagonally grey and black striped dress, a leather skirt paired with a red motorcycle jacket, and several skin-tight graphic print dresses.

Two scalloped lace numbers, perfectly fit for an uptown prep à la Gossip Girl’s Blair Waldorf, didn’t seem to fit within any decade and a finale of Malibu Barbie-like plastic turquoise and yellow fringe frocks added to the collection’s confusion.

The silk skirts were the standout of the collection and Reese’s resurrection of the always-playful beauty product, body glitter, was a welcomed touch.