"Early sixties Liz Taylor, right after Cleopatra," said Barbara Tfank of the starting point for her Resort collection, which was newly skewed more toward going on holiday than heading to a soirée. Though Tfank's work is a slow evolution, there were new elements here that felt right for the season—an ease in pieces like an unconstructed floral gown with an elegant panel back, and a sportiness in looks like a smart houndstooth jacket and crisp trousers. There were also Tfank staples (all of which would suit her muse well) in jacquard party dresses with sweetheart necklines, a plum double-faced satin suit, and a violet evening coat, made to match La Liz's eyes.