Emily Saunders unearthed her latest this morning at The High Line Hotel. The collection drew from Agatha Christie, Mesopotamia, 1930s fashion, and the imagined finds of an archaeological dig around that time. Models teetered around a rope grid strewn with bones (not their own, thank goodness) while others got into the act with Indiana Jones-esque artifacts and tools; a jazz band played in the corner. I was charmed by her playful bone-print silk shirts, pajama pants, and shin-length shifts in hot pink and pale green and suspect that a trio of sandy-colored maxidresses are universally flattering. A sporty blue and white button-up dress rounded out my favorite looks. Now I just need to dig up some dough come spring. For more information, go to thesaunder.com. Photos: Getty Images WANT A FRONT-ROW SEAT TO THE SHOWS? SEE ALL OF MONDAY’S COVERAGE.