"I like Tibi's price points. Terrific clothes and very accessible," Bryan Boy tweeted about a week ago. The NowManifest blogger's statement pretty much nailed the contemporary label's draw, at least as far as you can in 140 characters. For the past few seasons, designer Amy Smilovic has been pushing clean, nineties-inspired separates in sturdy fabrics, and the Spring collection brought raw denim into the mix for the first time. Boxy indigo vests and cropped-sleeve jackets were shown with slouchy selvedge trousers, many of which had subtle corset details through the hips and waist. "It's about giving girls shape and ease at the same time," Smilovic told Style.com at a preview. Wide, peplumlike leather belts also gave more fluid items like midi-length lasercut dresses and sheer mesh lace skirts a structured appeal. Meanwhile, you could imagine It girls like Solange Knowles and Elena Perminova, who sat in the front row, wanting the lineup's standout pieces. They might go for the relaxed linen suit (they'll wear it styled like it was here with the belly-baring crop top) or opt for a crinkly, coated tweed shift on those days when they're going for a fuss-free, polished look.