“The language here is softer, there’s a cleaner drape and cleaner softness,” said Thakoon Panichgul as he took a languid approach for pre-fall with plenty of transparency and monochromatic looks for his Thakoon collection. He punched up the minimalist gestures with bold, abstract prints and shots of bright lipstick red, at times done from head to toe. “I like the idea of matchy-matchy,” he said, noting that the color motif was inspired by a piece of patent leather. “It was quite strong. The idea came from shoes.” For Thakoon Addition, he took those inspirations to casual effect, with slouchy sweaters and peacock-print day-dresses.