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Carol: Welcome to your StyleCaster backstage pass. I’m Carol Han and we’re backstage to the Catherine Fulmer’s Spring 2009 Presentation. So, Catherine how are you feeling before the big presentation?
Catherine: Really nervous, but I’m good. I'm cool
Carol: What was the inspiration behind these collections?
Catherine: Well, I'm doing kind of home art sleeves in the run, you know a good Jaeger in 1970s, David Bowie.
Carol: And what will do accessories play in this collection?
Catherine: This collection, subversive jewelry was kind enough to work with me and do some special pieces, really chunky pieces, one chunky earring, one chunky necklace, and big rings.
Carol: And what are some emerging trends that you're seeing so far for spring 2009?
Catherine: So far I’ve been working on my line and they haven't really been focusing. I haven't seen anything to be honest.
Carol: So, talk to me a little bit about the shapes and colors will be seeing during the presentation today?
Catherine: That’s my favorite part. Well, I use cobalt blue again. I always use cobalt blue. It's my favorite color. Really bright gold saffron, light colors, Bianca Jagger, white shantung, charmers, mustard yellow, really bright and bold.
Carol: And who’s the Catherine Fulmer woman?
Catherine: I have girls in downtown New York, uptown New York, my mom, all really types of women can wear my clothes.
Carol: It's like the every woman?
Catherine: Yes, every woman.
Carol: I’m Carol Han for StyleCaster and thanks for watching.