Yigal Azrouël describes his inspiration for spring 2010 as “nomadic civility.” If by nomadic, he means get out of the bed, hop in a shower, hop out and put on the nearest clothes, then we are on the same page. The spring collection delivers the same disheveled look we have been accustomed to, but appears more nonchalant than last seasons–if that is at all possible. The pieces are long, worn-in, relaxed and thin–hardly the makings of a job interview. It’s a casual, laid-back anything goes type of collection. Tanks over long sleeved tops, sleeveless leather, asymmetrical knits and a plenitude of stripes make for a concise fashionable mess that is indeed endearing.