For the Cut25 by Yigal Azrouël Resort 2015 collection, the designer sought to add a little sportif to his signature Nineties fare.

Azrouël’s laid-back approach was most evident in a white jumpsuit and oversize T-shirts cut from a soft, double-face crepe. Those pared-back pieces channeled a nineties-inspired minimalism, as did the standout navy suit that came in a flattering technical twill—its slouchy, cropped trousers were a refreshing change of pace from his staple, second-skin leggings.

The collection features a body-con aesthetic altogether here, but the fit-and-flare tennis dresses and stretchy cutout sheaths seemed a bit more casual and easy to wear than his standard va-va-voom fare. Other highlights included lightweight scuba separates featuring graphic, engineered prints, which added an energetic jolt of color to the mix, and chunky hand-knits backed in lightweight georgette silk.