First-time feature filmmaker Michele Maher's tepid satire aims to skewer Garment District types but can't settle on a tone, which leaves it careening between mildly barbed in-jokes and sitcom silliness. As a 1970s adolescent, budding fashionista Grindy Malone coveted a pair of trendy Poncho Ramirez jeans, which her sensible mother refused to buy. Now it's the early '90s, and Grindy (Katie MacNichol) is in New York to break into fashion. To her amazed delight, she gets a job assisting Ronnie Grossman (David Thornton), Poncho Ramirez's business manager. But the House of Ramirez has fallen on hard times and his latest innovation men's briefs that promise a "crimi...