“This is a little more modern and simple,” she says of her two recent collections, which steer clear of the embroidery and embellishments that were once a trademark of the brand. For fall, Fletcher included Victorian-style blouses and dresses trimmed in French lace from Solstice (above) and a cozy knit dress made by a women’s crochet circle in Bolivia. Spring brings more vintagey elements, like a print for silk shorts and tops inspired by a 1911 stationery card and airy tulle lingerie dotted with a daisy motif.

Now the mother of two, Fletcher admits that these days, she’s less likely to be her own muse. “The Tocca girl is a way cooler version of me,” she says, laughing. “All I do now is go to work and come home.” (at Tocca, 605 Hudson Street, New York; $120–$650)

Photo: Tamara Schlesinger