Serafina Sama referenced photographer William Claxton’s moody portraits of his wife, the Sixties model Peggy Moffitt, as a starting point for her resort lineup. Riffing heavily on Space Age style, she gave a mini-camel trench coat silver metallic Lurex lapels and crystallized buttons. (There was a lot of Lurex, in fact — it also appeared in short skirts and cropped pants.) Cut in clean, boxy proportions, the A-line and trapeze minidresses — rendered in colorful silk moiré with spiraling, tiered layers — were adorned with Mod circular pockets and silver chain straps; the same chain appeared with high-waisted trousers, holding them up a sort of suspender fastened around the neck.
The collection brimmed with eccentric flourishes, like silver zippers with dangling crystal pulls and the aforementioned chain. Shirting ranged from casual, off-the-shoulder styles in striped cotton — paired with Sama’s cropped black trousers with a contrasting, ruffled hem for a playful touch — to more festive versions in sheer metallic corded lace.