The traditional fur coat is not part of Giuliana Teso’s vocabulary. She prefers to treat furs like fabric, leaning more toward the edgy rather than the status. And that’s what she proposed in her Sixties-inspired fall lineup. There were swingy mink capes, many with bold showerings of colored rhinestone, sure to please high-wattage partygoers, while whipstitched broadtail coats had a more urban feel. Another standout was her use of mixed furs as in a terrific three quarter-sleeved coat in chinchilla and shaved mink. Elsewhere, a blurry rose pattern on silk was used to line the coats or was fashioned into dresses with bows sculpted at front.