Designer Johnson Hartig wasn’t kidding when he said he hadn’t met a color he didn’t like. He sent out an explosion of hues, all electric, kicky and psychedelic. In his first solo show since splitting up with partner Cindy Greene, Hartig kept the label’s core reworked-vintage theme but made things fresh by silk-screening those colored brights in gridlike patterns on garments. The prints, added on in a haphazard fashion, made everything pop — from the beefy lumberjack plaid coats and Sixties shift (with its own groovy print peeking from beneath) to allover sequin jackets, crinkle chiffon dresses and Fifties-style frocks. The unflattering exception: a blouse with the exaggerated puff-sleeve shoulders. On the (relatively) tamer side were graphic black-and-white versions, including some fun men’s wear jackets, suits, coats and slim trousers.