For his resort collection, Jonathan Anderson said his muse has “become a little bit more stern,” adding that he was out to “create something that may look normal but has something a little bit violent in its approach to it.” That translated into designs that were ostensibly conservative, but worked in unexpected fabrics. A black long-sleeve, ankle-length dress printed with green and red paint splotches came in a cotton-bonded neoprene fabric, as did a calf-length, A-line skirt in Pepto-Bismol pink. Skirts were crafted in boiled nylon, while a white taffeta pajama suit was printed with an abstract white vinyl pattern and a vinyl tunic embossed to look like snakeskin. “I wanted to show that clothes made in this country can be as sharp as any other,” said Anderson.