recently spent time researching botanical prints at the New York Public Library. To create her own version for Resort, she bought flowers at the local market and photographed them in-house. The resulting pattern was done in a deep burgundy on lightweight neoprene jersey, and also in a Diana Vreeland-inspired red on chiffon. Both versions played to Fetherston's love of all things pretty. While the designer, who mostly deals in dresses, didn't abandon her bread and butter—standouts included a metallic jacquard A-line shift with a flounced hem, and a pleated chiffon number in that Vreeland-red floral—she added more than a few matching separates. A cropped tank and pencil skirt in reversible metallic jacquard—one side red for holiday, the other light gold for early spring—was a Fetherston favorite. "You can buy two pieces and get six looks," she said with conviction. Indeed, the lineup felt particularly confident. Even a little black dress, so often used as a collection filler piece, was inspired. The swingy bi-level shape, its top studded with black beading in a lattice pattern, couldn't have been more fun.