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LA Times fashion critic Booth Moore is a little less than impressed with Tracy Feith's Target collection: "Feith's Target line is more Lolita than first lady. Think super-short skirts, bloomer shorts and ruffled bikinis. Feith is known for his spirited, acid-floral prints and here, some are better than others. A strapless dress with a flowery bustier and tiki-print skirt ($44.99) would be darling on a teenager but too short for most anyone else. And you can find better versions of Feith's black dress with white lace and a pink flower embroidered neckline ($39.99) in any shop on L.A.'s Olvera Street." [LAT]