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Mara Hoffman's Spring Show Included Floral Headpieces, Hawaiian Prints, and Ukuleles

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Mara Hoffman's spring show yesterday included two big surprises. Before her Hawaiian-themed collection even took the runway, three girls in grass skirts serenaded the crowd with ukeleles. But prior to all that, the other big surprise happened: Lil' KIm was escorted by her entourage to a seat in the front row. Why? Who knows. Is she a Mara fan? Maybe?

The clothes themselves were like a tropical postcard come to life. All of the models wore floral hair pieces, and most of them were also sporting round frame sunglasses. Show highlights included multi-color caftans, a beaded "jungle" jacket, coral and turquoise gowns, and of course, Mara's signature prints.

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