For Gary Graham, Spring is about slipdresses and their endless layering possibilities. He thinks of these slips (the nineties staple is currently having a revival) as "shells of dresses, all that's left." Long, sheer ones were styled here under skirts that, according to Graham, were designed to resemble fitted, embroidered pillowcases with zippered slits at the sides.

There was a definite whimsy to the collection—many of the pieces looked like ones you might find at a favorite musty vintage store. Case in point: a flouncy, trapeze car coat that appeared tea-stained. More often than not, Graham wielded this kind of quirk in a modern way, topping a lingerie-inspired dress with a sharp herringbone blazer, or integrating trendy neon hues into sprayed-on floral and "antique sheet music" prints. The result: This lineup felt more accessible than seasons past.