First and foremost: Tory Burch‘s accessories were on point for Spring. The leather satchels and purses were devoid of the signature T that often adorns most of the designer’s creations, but instead they featured plenty of colorblocking details on both leather and raffia. Plus, a brown snakeskin purse definitely stole our heart. The show notes hinted at Burch grabbing her inspiration from Françoise Gilot, the late French artist who served as Picasso’s lover and muse. There were indeed a few prints that seemed abstract in the designer’s preppy universe, like a black brocade skirt covered with swirls and swoops of red, or a jacquard wool cape coat with sketch lines throughout. Also brilliant? A pair of silk shorts, printed with a red, white, and blue knit detail and paired with an equally busy tie die t-shirt sweater. Shockingly, many of the pants were slung low on the hip, but when paired with a crisp white button down, the class and sophistication of the Burch label was still present. How could we neglect to mention look 35? A simple linen coat, that sparkled with a silver feather across the front. As it passed by, editors leaned out of their chairs to get a closer look.