If you want to find out what the cool crowd will be wearing next season, there's no better place to look than the Isabel Marant show. For proof, you need only to have clocked top editors wearing the silk python-print frock from her Fall collection in the front rows all this week. For Spring, Marant imagined her girls on a trip around the world, picking up feather earrings, chain-mail scarves, and other treasures along the way, which means that boho pirates may soon be replacing rocker chicks in fashion capitals all over the globe. Prepare yourself for tie-dye, stripey Lurex, and an abundance of hot pink.

Marant's Spring collection is a little looser and a lot more colorful than Fall, but her formula for success is basically unchanged. The show was packed with the kind of item-y, sexy little pieces that are designed to give a girl's wardrobe an instant update. The strong-shouldered jacket was back, but this time with crafty embellishments around the neckline. Pants came shiny and draped, or tight and striped with lacing at the ankles. And the cuffed pirate boot—boots being an essential component of the designer's leggy look, even in summer—were dripping with fringe and chains around the ankles. The New York chapter of Marant's fan club will have a direct line on all of it when the store she's been talking up for so long finally opens in Soho early next year.