That said, only his boldest clients will go for the head-to-toe chevron lamé separates in tomato red and bright yellow (bordering on chartreuse) that he showed here. The collection's guaranteed people pleasers mostly fell on the romantic side of its graphic/romantic divide. An empire-waist, floor-grazing dress in a delicate floral print appliquéd here and there with blooms was unapologetically pretty, as was a shift in baby pink silk trimmed in white macramé. Sleeveless, almost scandalously short minidresses had a bit more of an edge to them. The over-35 set can wear them with Valli's cropped flares.