The Four Seasons restaurant's pool was lined with a real grass runway, tables were set with macaroons, and Kirsten Dunst mingled with the crowd. Louis Vuitton went all-out for its Resort presentation this morning, and there was a good reason. Sofia Coppola, a longtime friend of Marc Jacobs (she said she's known him for nearly 20 years when she gave him his Lifetime Achievement Award at Monday night's CFDA festivities), collaborated with Vuitton design director Julie de Libran on the line. "Julie and I are friends," the Somewhere director said after the show. "We like the same things, jewelry, little dresses. I chimed in with things that I wanted to have, and she was open to that."

There were plenty of baubles and frocks in this whimsical collection, which was as unlike LV's fetish-inspired Fall outing as can be, and, it probably goes without saying, a good deal more wearable because of it. LV pendants dangled from long gold chains; big, bejeweled cuffs accessorized both wrists; and heart earrings dangled from lobes. As for dresses, the mood was Parisienne, très Parisienne—see the white and red Eiffel Tower-print shift. Prints, in fact, were one of the show's big stories; the best was a Stephen Sprouse-style graffiti motif that decorated a pajama set and its coordinating helmet. No word on whether Vuitton is making the Vespa to match, but we bet Coppola could have it arranged if she likes.