Simon Porte Jacquemus likes his collections to be autobiographical. For resort, he made it emotional, too. Titled “Valerie” after his late mother, the lineup targeted a more adult, sexier woman than it has in the past. Jacquemus channeled the landscapes and resort town vibe of the South of France, where he grew up, with fabrics reminiscent of bed linens in blue, white and beige. The collage and patchwork techniques he’s showcased before were more refined and wearable. Asymmetrical cut jackets came in navy wool pinstripes and white linen. Cotton shirting was integrated into two-in-one dresses, and spaghetti strap styles had geometric, pleated panels down the front. The graphic geometry carried over to his new accessories line: two bean-shaped bags, one that looked like a painter’s palette, and three shoe styles. Sandals with a chunky block heel and square or circle at the toe, and a simple derby were all offered in white or navy.