Tuleh partners Josh Patner and Bryan Bradley chose a perfect setting for their Spring show: Sotheby's 10th-floor gallery. The designers accessorized their colorful collection with pieces from the auction house's "Flora and Fauna" estate jewels, which will be shown to the public in October.

The match worked: Inspired by Antonio Lopez's fashion illustrations, the duo envisioned "a woman caught somewhere between grace and the devil, enjoying every second of the ride." This translated into cheerful printed chiffon dresses with streamers at the cuff, waist or shoulder, some with slit sleeves, all boasting tremendous swagger.

The lighthearted mood continued with sweet multicolored polka-dotted tops in candy colors, a ruffled strapless black dress, and an off-the-shoulder purple-and-black striped shell with matching asymmetric skirt. But good girls need to have fun too, and Tuleh delivered the goods with skimpy minishorts, glittering jeans, spiky Louboutin heels and an evening dress that most closely resembled a feather orgy.