It's said that pink is the navy blue of India. At her show today, Karen Walker made a pretty convincing case for universalizing that rule: Surely, in some chillaxed parallel world, suits like Walker's gauzy, double-breasted number in sun-bleached pink are the norm at the office, rather than navy pinstripes. For the sake of argument, let's call that parallel realm the planet It's All Good, and note that Walker's latest collection appears to have been teleported from that world to our own. Things are basically the same over there, you see, just totally, totally more easygoing. That was the vibe of Walker's looks—both the ones manifestly inspired by India, like the tunic-shaped dress in a "magic carpet" print, worn over gauzy pale blue pants, and the ones that were entirely Western but expressed the same unfussed mood. Walker's baggy trousers conjured the attitude best: They looked smart, but also as cozy as pajamas. What more could a girl ask for? Well, for starters she could ask for a pair of shiny Karen Walker sneakers, made with the brand BePositive, or a bright yellow Karen Walker handbag, produced with Benah. Both collaborations made their debuts on the runway today. And it was all good.