Louis Vuitton presented a collection of easy separates that seemed right for the low-key, ragtag elegance of a life lived on a yacht. There were boxed blue tweed suits backed in navy leather, a boxy tunic and shorts in a sumptuous deep sea-green printed tie-silk, and a voluminous white burnout lace pullover with a matching skirt.
Giambattista Valli showed a feminine resort roundup of perfectly kickable circle skirts in black and white broderie anglaise along with lace outerwear and other impractically beautiful pieces. One standout was a head-to-tow vermillion look that included a red silk head scarf, a zipped car coat, and red silk trousers with white Birkenstocks.
Alexander Wang featured a tight collection of black and white separates in luxurious materials; his signature skater skirt was found throughout, offered in buttery leathers. Along with all neutral black and white was one more colorful look: lambskin-leather pleated trousers in a soft rose color complemented with a pebbled oxblood motorcycle vest.