For spring, Toga Virilis’ Yasuko Furuta headed west — the American West. For the poorly lit presentation, she stationed her models on low platforms of red dirt that recalled desert sands. Some of the pieces — bandana-print shirts and bolo ties — spoke to the theme literally. Other items like a long, blue, double-breasted coat and embroidered workman’s jackets were less obvious. Furuta employed a mix of hard and soft textures, layering a thin knit cardigan over a leather motorcycle jacket in one instance. A red windbreaker with a blue snap-on bottom panel and a sweat suit with mesh sleeves seemed slightly out of place, but overall it was a solid collection of wearable yet distinctive pieces.