Damir Doma’s spring collection played carefully with form (languid versus body-conscious) and texture (poplin versus wool crepe versus chambray linen). The prominence of sandstorm beiges and slate grays were occasionally interrupted by soft stripes and unexpected gold lamé. The first looks were bare-chested, merely harness straps—man bras?—with trousers. These were followed by crocheted sweaters, austere tunics, blazers with mesh panels, high-collared monastic shirts, and bathrobe-y jackets with a waffle texture. The looseness of the garments evoked many things: a doctor’s scrubs, lab coats, monk robes. The hair was slick back, contrasting sharply with the ascetic attire and sports sandals.