This is the second collection from the menswear brand formerly known as Melindagloss. For those who have been following the creative direction of Mathieu de Ménonville and Rémi de Laquintane, the clothes under the banner Éditions MR do not mark a radical departure -for the better. They continue to espouse relaxed, unfussy Parisian style defined by well-made wardrobe essentials. They treated a marine message with a light touch; relaxed, ample trousers, fine-gauge Breton-stripe sweaters, and spread-collar shirts updated sailor staples in a fresh way. Thoughtful attention was paid to fabrics, which leaned either crisp or aged by sun and salt. While their suede versions of both a field jacket and a vareuse, a French outerwear pullover, captured the essence of leisure luxe, the former also came in chambray and looked especially on theme when paired with matching jeans. It was one of several looks that projected what the brand can be at its most expressive -the double-breasted suit covered in shimmery fil coupe foliage was another. Even in its former life, the brand rarely overthought its styling. An embroidered lobster sweatshirt paired with dressier pin-striped pants and polished oxfords was the furthest stretch here. Mathieu de Ménonville and Rémi de Laquintane must now make sure their relatable clothes reach the right people. But for the most part, and without fanfare, Éditions MR has found its bearings.