The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, a 1964 musical film starring Catherine Deneuve, informed the feeling of Saloni Lodha’s latest effort. “The ’60s, yes, but also the incredible color palette,” said the designer at her New York showroom. (She was in town from Hong Kong, where she lives, via London, where she works.) Indeed, the flamingo pinks and turquoise blues were like Technicolor come to life, in florals and checks rendered on high-waisted culottes, button-front shirts, and bitty rompers. Lodha played those looks against black-and-white woven plaid trousers and mock turtlenecks: a lineup meant to reflect a complete wardrobe. There were plenty of solid-colored dresses, too—arguably one too many. But one couldn’t argue with a black off-the-shoulder fit-and-flare, which impressively stood its ground against all those splashy prints.