Besides impeccable fabrics, there was little in common between the group of ivory- and lilac-based separates done with painterly floral prints on a single sleeve of a loosely tailored jacket or leg of cropped trousers and the men’s-inspired three-piece suits in Albert Kriemler’s pre-fall collection. The former was light, feminine and looked like springtime, while the latter — luxed up with a leather vest and lightweight fur trenches — felt like traditional fall. Both appealed to entirely different sensibilities, but the dandyish tailoring with slim ankle-length pants and boyish blazers felt current in its classicism.