Alice Temperley revisited the frosty, early Sixties glamour of Tippi Hedren in “The Birds,” occasionally warming things up with creamy colors, cozy blanket checks, and dabs of gold. Despite the Hitchcock theme, the collection was largely lacking in suspense or drama. Instead, it was a straightforward parade of polished, fit-and-flare daywear: Demure, cap-sleeve dresses, swingy A-line coats, and flowing Hollywood trousers.

For evening, silk columns were festooned with gold-filigree ribbons or built-in necklaces. Seamed hose, platform pumps and tight chignons punctuated the period look.

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