Kit Corelli definitely has a better break than most girls who come to the big city. For this reason and because her story has been given an honest handling despite the unbelievable factors of age and it is popular yet thoughtful reading. Kit, 19, and living at the Barbizon, is a little unsatisfied with her copywriting job in a big New York department store. She meets Nora who is older and also working at the store and then Nota, taking her as a roommate, urges her to foto fashion group lectures, and, in becoming a third party in a half-hearted romance or Kit's, helps them both to become more understanding people. The new Job opportunity opens for Kit as part-time style adviser to a TV show on a big network. Working at it makes her neglect Bob, who begins to date Nora. Kit learns not to be unreasonably jealous, but when her Job becomes full time, with three shows to manage, she almost repeats the act with Grey Brown, the set designer, until she finds that working with the one she loves brings the greatest rewards. Glamour plus, but the values are sounder than some.