Georges Hobeika must be a perennial romantic, for his couture shows are always imbued with soft, pastel colors—notably pinks and greens—floaty chiffon skirts, ballgown dresses, flower appliqués, and regal trains. Indeed, Hobeika’s woman is forever young and full of promise. This season, the designer took his muse out of the English garden and invited her for a walk through a field overgrown with wildflowers. His beadwork was executed with particular flair: an upside down bouquet of buds caressed the side of an eggshell blue dress while another sleeveless column gown featured starbursts of flowers from top-to-toe. Hobeika’s muse may be young—but there’s nothing prim and proper about her carefree ebullience.