Though she’s known for her printed dresses, it was designer Saloni Lodha’s separates that stole the spotlight this season. Her spring presentation opened with a series of laser-cut tunics, culottes, and pleated skirts replete with traditional Japanese wood-block prints. Elsewhere, the designer showcased her impressive range with new casual offerings that introduced denim and leather to Saloni line-up. A ’70s spin on her trademark bohemia arrived with fluted denim skirts, a leather bomber punctuated by floral embroidery, and a light-washed jean jacket with a blouson fit that felt entirely unexpected. Such new offerings proved versatile and fresh while still honoring the feminine grace at the label’s core.