There's a certain kind of woman, we imagine, who shops exclusively at Fred Segal and drives there by way of her old vintage car which will never rust because she lives in a place where the sun is always shinning. Queue, Tulle & Cloth Spring 2009 who offered a mini skirt for every occasion and a color palette on prozac. This collection looks better made than others we've seen this week and will suit that conservative but bubbly kind of girl who also gets her nails done every week and never, never goes tanning. The slim trousers, we have to say, could be inserted in just about any chicster's wardrobe. As for the menswear, the boys matched their female companions by way of sweet knits and simple cardigans. These boys could have been the women's lovers or brothers--it was all too sugarcoated to decipher.