Giorgio Armani’s fall collection was all about shades of gray with shots of acid green. Here, his sleek clutch fit right in.
Missoni’s cozy fall lineup was toped off with these fuzzy caps that recall the ones Elmer Fudd wore when hunting “wabbits.” If only Mr. Fudd could have looked so chic.
Bally’s clean and clear direction under newly appointed design director Pablo Coppola borrowed from the boys, so to speak. This Corner bag, shown here in croc, is based on the gentleman’s corner treatment on the sole of a man’s shoe.
Purely a statement maker, these clear frames at Marni won’t shield from the sun or aid vision. Their sole purpose? Looking great, of course.
At Bottega Veneta, Tomas Maier showed fluid dresses spliced to graphic effect. He carried the look into these pumps featuring a flame effect on the ankle.
Donatella Versace may have toned down her clothes on the runway but she still went bold with the jewelry, such as this gold necklace with a lacquered floral motif chain and a pendant in the house’s Medusa logo.
Brian Atwood re-created a Sixties geometric pattern on the fringe of these boots worked in bold orange suede.
Paula Cademartori Fall 2014
Moschino RTW Fall 2014
Fendi’s furry Bag Bugs are a symbol of cool, and for fall, they just got cooler. This new mini-Karl Lagerfeld charm, designed in three kinds of fur, stole the show on the Thursday runway.
The shoes on Miuccia Prada’s runway reflected her Constructivist mood for fall. Here, her sculpted wedges with red rubber soles.
Frida Giannini turned retro aviator sunglasses glamorous on her Gucci runway with cool colors, lightly shaded lenses and mirrored side wraps.
No. 21 RTW Fall 2014
Sara Battaglia Fall 2014