Beaufille is the successor to sisters Chloé and Parris Gordon’s eponymous label, Chloé Comme Parris. But other than a name change, everything we love about the fashion label – including the cool girl aesthetic – remained the same. I’ve always been drawn to their execution of soft, diaphanous femininity gone hard. For Spring, garments were held together by grommets that traced all the right places and curves. Fabrics were light, straps were spaghetti and skirts were micro mini. Muted prints and faint embroidery were details that did not go unnoticed. A splash of metallics arrived in the form of a super short mini dress and sleeveless tunic with matching pants. My favourite piece is in the foreground here, a long black slip dress with an inverted U-shaped cut-out – just under the bust – held delicately together by grommets; I imagine how cool they must feel on bare skin.