Inspired by British artist David Hockney, creative director Amy Powney showed the complete package while touching upon the tropes we've been seeing in a new way. She incorporated pattern mixing, duality, the ruche-ing of fabrics, plaids, gingham, padded coats with sloping shoulders and even turtlenecks. There were lovely, striped silks and florals and, true to their name, pearls embellished shoes and tops. Powney took cues from the palette of Hockney's  paintings as well as his fashion. Monochromatic polka dots brought up the rear and there was some asymmetry. The clothes were simple with just enough of a twist to keep things interesting.

Images | Marcus Tondo