Véronique Leroy made it clear that her resort collection was about real clothes, not fashion in any grand directional sense. She concentrated on fabrics she loves: cotton poplin, seersucker, silk crepe and knits. Shapes were based on a geometric square patterns, alluring and feminine on elongated, loose silhouettes. She morphed trenches into short jackets in an offbeat shade of salmon seersucker and used ribbed knits accents — suspenders, waistbands and collars — to inject a graphic contrast to voluminous silk-crepe styles.