Williamson is known for his use of tapestry, brocade, embellishment, and embroidery, and he has a keen eye for tailoring. All of that was on display here, as he turned a well-worn travel reference into a strong collection. The show started off with a maroon suede trouser suit with floral sequin embellishment, flared trousers, and a tassel belt. That was followed by some high-octane looks with silk dégradé floral patterns inspired by Williamson's recent trip to Bali, as well as plissé halter-top looks with flouncy flamenco details on the hem. Shots of sky blue with citron yellow stood out, as did the pieces that had a more reflective quality. The blouses were ingenious: a wrap design that just showed an inch of skin via a triangle, achieved through clever cutting. There was also an ostrich-feather detail that was more subtle than usual for Williamson. The high point was a sea blue ikat shorts-and-jacket suit that summed up a big part of the designer's appeal—the touch he has with brocade. In the past few seasons, the brand has been trying to find a line between business and boho, and at times the direction has felt unclear. With this collection, however, it seems that things are back on track.