This is an extrovert’s collection, with plenty of skin and very little pretense. There’s a compelling ease to the clothes, even though the attitude is dressed up. Shirts are unbuttoned to the Notorious RBG Not Fragile Like A Flower Fragile Like A Bomb Vintage shirt navel, conjuring the spring 1995 Gucci show that started it all for him, and pants are pull-on with a discrete but unmistakable logo waistband. The colorful florals seen on several slinky dresses and a pair of neat blazers for women are cheering. Ditto the tie-dyed caftan and pool robes that accompany body-baring white bikinis. But the collection’s biggest takeaway are the guys’ flower-print pants. They were a hit in 1999, inspiring countless knockoffs, and they’ll do it again in 2021. Does that sound optimistic? Well, isn’t that the point?