DKNY took over the front area of the Watermark Restaurant on Saturday to present its spring/summer men's and women's collections. The crowd was particularly young and its members clearly thought a lot of themselves. The show, which was opened and closed by Taiwanese supermodel Patina Lin (right), made it clear the colour of the season is orange. Patches and large swathes of it were splashed on all manner of skirts, jackets and men's ties. The fashion conscious were already sporting the look when they arrived to take their seats in the reserved area. Everyone else had to stand behind a cordon at the back. The real narcissism came to the fore at the post-show party inside the Central Pier eatery. After squeezing through the bottleneck entrance, it seemed like everyone's attention was focused on a giant screen over the VIP area. Projected on it were Polaroid snaps being taken on one side of the venue. Needless to say, everyone wanted to strike a pose and be seen on the screen, even if just for a few seconds, by their trendy, image-conscious peers. Naturally, the celebrities present, like Kenny Kwan Chi-bun, Charlene Choi Cheuk-yin and Kate Tsui Tsz-shan, got first crack in front of the lens. Frankly, as a party it was a dud, with people mostly standing around staring at each other, but the photo-taking and projection were nice diversions to keep the superficial interested.