This is cute. I like the effortless play on the traditional floral fabrics used to help sell the PRL pret-a-porter vibe. I love how the womenswear pieces are made with a balance where the patterns aren't too overwhelming. The educated and well executed mix of florals and stripes helped a lot in achieving that balance. The statement colors used makes perfect sense. The tan, brown and black pieces assumingly suited for night time was fringed fabulosity. I find this subtly interesting, almost too safe but the added fringe and denim plays saves the collection from that plunge. There’s enough modesty in the approach for the pieces to be worn in society and enough blaze injected for a fashion spring statement. As for the menswear looks, it’s exactly what you’d expect from Ralph nowadays. It’s suited to perfection for the polo playing and wearing gentleman of great American style. I get your message loud and clear dear people of RL, you like your gentlemen strong and silent and your women daring and bold.