Showing three separate collections on a single runway could prove cumbersome for many, but creative director Scott Sternberg revved up his California cool, threw the Doors’ “Riders on the Storm” on the stereo and sent his Band of Outsiders, Boy and Girl lines out to play — and it was good, very good. Band of Outsiders (the men’s collection) had a preppy/outdoorsy/Seventies thing going, with quilted windbreakers and corduroy suits, as well as the occasional French terry tracksuit worn with a blanket coat and Sperry boat moccasins. As for the two women’s collections, Boy fit right in, yet was a little bit grungier (Ali Sheedy’s “Breakfast Club” character was the inspiration) with rabbit hair coats, layers of sweatshirts, oxfords and T-shirts topping cargo pajama pants and lust-worthy hiking boots. Meanwhile, Girl also featured layering but with star-printed silk shirts and babydoll dresses. There was a lot to take in, but Sternberg made it work.