After a cocktail reception in the fish tank lined entrance of the Museum of Modern Art, guests were led into the lobby where Tanya Taylor’s Spring/Summer 2013 collection was presented in front of the MoMA’s sculpture garden. Taylor’s collection was perfectly suited to a 1970s housewife going on a seaside vacation, while remaining very on trend for this season. The pieces came in a palette of whites, navies and neutrals, with pops of vibrant coral and lots of sequined embellishment. The show featured a number of cool, summery takes on suits and separates with lots of bold floral prints and midriff baring tops. The silhouette was loose and casual with a sculptural, constructed edge. Most of the models wrapped their hair up in silky headscarves, adding a carefree element to these composed, put-together looks and heavily embellished garments.