For her collection inspired by "educated virgins," Alice Roi combined dollhouse jewelry (made from real dollhouse furniture) and could-not-possibly-be-any-shorter minis. Her selection of the Honoré Daumier print La Caricature (a drawing of two snobs turning up their noses at each other), which turned up on dresses and tops, exemplified her love of parody and play.

Eighties references were on hand in a pair of Sebagos with heels, super-bright colors and asymmetries. But pervasive sailor styles, dropped waists, pleated skirts and leg-of-mutton sleeves referenced the early '20s. One standout was an almost preppy sweater with a sailing motif, worn with one straight and one puffy sleeve. And a black cashmere minidress with a La Caricature banner would have made Coco Chanel proud.