The show began with an unnecessary, and quite frankly, unpleasantly high-pitched fiddler. The first look made up for the noise with a ostrich-feather-trimmed black gown, it’s back seductively unzipped. It was hard not to be enamored by a black LBD with marabou sleeves. Mongolian lamb and cayote harnesses would suit socialites earning their wings. A glossy black leather skirt, pleated and high waisted, would be a good stepping stone before splurging on Alaïa. Fur minis made even the slimmest model’s hips appear pillowy. Styled with a slim underpinning, they would be chic on the right size-nothing woman. Outsize braiding on an ivory après-ski sweater, a pearl-shouldered cashmere T and playful takes on the much-loved puffa jackets were more inclusive. The most impressive look of the show was sported by a model that bared an uncanny resemblance to Newport-Mimran herself. Pixie-shorned and sprightly, she was clad in a crystal-crusted sharp-collared shirt and hip-hugging skirt. We know we’ll see this look on the designer in due time, but for her finale curtsey she choose Balmain cargo pants. The Pink Tartan girl is a mix and match master.