is celebrating its 90th anniversary this year. There's a new book, penned by Valerie Steele, to mark the occasion, and the Swiss label will throw a party in September the night of its Paris show. Standard practices both for a company marking a big milestone. One thing you won't get from designer Albert Kriemler, though, is a retrospective collection that rehashes the brand's past; he's too interested in improving the present. His new Resort lineup contains more than a few pieces designed to make his luxury customers' lives even richer. Take, for instance, a navy evening jacket made from a high-tech Japanese fabric in which the paillettes are woven into the material rather than sewn on top of it, or, at the more casual end of things, a zip-front hoodie whipped up in double-face cashmere. A painting of Prince Albert I of Monaco helming his yacht, the Princess Alice
, is one of three photo prints in the collection. It informed the other two—a print of light reflecting off the Scandinavian sea and another of the Caribbean. A relaxed, casual attitude permeated. Kriemler even showed two different styles of jeans.