This spotty but cheerful satire of the fashion press isn't the flat-out assault the business deserves, but it's harmless fluff that's smart enough never to take itself seriously. Lucky college grad Jocelyn (Dominique Swain) has landed a summer internship at Skirt
magazine, the fabulous new fashion rag run by Anna Wintour-ish editor-in-chief Roxane Rochet (Peggy Lipton). Joycelyn hopes her stint as the magazine's "resident Xerox whore" a miserable fate detailed in the movie's opening musical number (it's that kind of movie) will lead to a
permanent position on Skirt
's staff as well as in the arms of its dishy English art director, Paul (B...