Dusan Paunovic worked his luxury, low-key aesthetic into a collection meant to be tossed into a suitcase (tagged for Portofino, not Las Vegas), and filled with lightweight fabrics and easy shapes for holiday, and everyday. He worked cashmere into featherweight ponchos and a cream tie-dyed coat, light as a cardigan and with no fastenings. Miles of breezy, summery fabrics were used for this polished line — washed silk for a fluid, navy suit with a mandarin collar; double-faced linen for a cream sleeveless dress, and almost-weightless suede for a long coat. Rich and utterly commercial, these are not the sort of clothes that set a catwalk — or a showroom — ablaze. Sometimes, a slow burn is enough.