It’s tempting, sometimes, in the course of a long run of fashion shows, to sum up a collection by listing its component parts: There were ruffles, there were bright colors, there were exposed seams, there was fluffiness. You get the gist of the clothes that way, but miss the gestalt. In the case of Cédric Charlier’s latest outing, though, it seems fair to view the collection myopically, as the parts were essentially the point. This compelling show ran in passages, each emphasizing one sartorial element. At the top, focusing on tailoring, Charlier laid on the effect of turning his jackets and dresses inside out, elaborating the internal seams with light-catching bugle bead embroidery.