By  on March 17, 2008

For fall, designers took a cue from the season itself, with rich autumnal colors like apple red, as seen here from Tommy Hilfiger.

A Slice of Orange

Nothing says fall like the turning of the leaves, and this season, certain designers worked a palette reminiscent of those changing shades — pumpkins, mustards, brick reds and mosses. Even Narciso Rodriguez's lineup of mostly black-and-white fare got an occasional jolt of orange. Here, one such fiery number: a chicly structured double-faced wool coat.

Designers took a cue for fall from the season itself, mining autumnal colors like rich yellows, olives and rusts for everything from a sportif coat-and-print-blouse look to fluid gowns.

PHOTOS BY JOHN AQUINO, GIOVANNI GIANNONI, MAURICIO MIRANDA AND ROBERT MITRA

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