Pascal Millet’s starting point for his spring collection was the lacy white gown Princess Caroline of Monaco wore to the Red Cross Ball in 1976. The designer, speaking backstage, referred to her beauty, sportiness and glamour, which he aimed to channel in his lineup.
The strongest and most modern translations of his inspiration were the jumpsuits — both long and short — that came in a variety of fabrics. The standout was a navy corseted version. Otherwise, a wide panoply of silhouettes and far-flung styles made it hard to pinpoint Millet’s true theme.