Have you heard the one about the Fashion Week-crazed girl who died from invitation-opening-induced paper cuts?Okay, not funny. But we think fashion can always use a little humor, which is why we’re so smitten with Whitney Pozgay’s first collection, Whit.Sardonic minds like Roald Dahl, Woody Allen, and Vladimir Nabokov inspire Pozgay, whose Lolita-esque take on childhood informs lofty meringue-like skirts, playfully oversize polka dots, and schoolgirl-meets-boardroom jumpers. To top it all off, her look book featured headpieces resembling forks, eggs, and arrows made by artist Karen Azoulay.But it’s not all quirks and yuks. Pozgay has serious cred: She put in time at Kate Spade and was previously Steven Alan’s lead women’s wear designer. (She’s the reason you coveted so many plaid button-downs recently.)Don’t take our word for it, start shopping the collection on Swirl right now. Don’t miss out — or the joke’s on you.Available at Barneys New York, 660 Madison Avenue, at 61st Street (212-826-8900 or barneys.com). To see styles, go to whit-ny.com; take a peek into her apartment here. Want a piece of the Fashion’s Night Out action? We filmed artist Victor-John Villanueva painting one of his Faces of Fashion t-shirts. Watch the video and enter to win one at dailycandy.com/dossier.Photo: Courtesy of Whit Come spring, will you be wearing a python pillbox or a miniature cowboy? Hard to know unless you’re following our Fashion Week coverage. Check out our exclusive sneak peeks at spring 2011 styles.Up to 60% off Dolce VitaItalian designer Gastone Lucioli knows the young and the restless are all about the good life. His aptly named line delivers sexy prints (snake and leopard) with trendy twists — and it’s up to 60% off on Swirl.