was on Collette Dinnigan
's mind for Resort, but her Spring collection was more Sally Draper than Betty, with its baby dolls in broderie anglaise and souvenir-scarf trapeze dresses. The girly feel extended to a micro daisy print used for bloomer shorts and capris, the former worn with a ruffled button-down and the latter a sequined cardigan. If a bustier dress embroidered with crystals was noticeably more grown-up, Empire waists and tulle ballerina skirts meant Dinnigan's other red-carpet material skewed youthful. There's nothing necessarily wrong with that, of course; starlets keep getting younger and younger. Dinnigan's collection didn't land on any big trends like long or color, but it was pretty enough.