Suzanne Clements and Inacio Ribeiro gave their perennially quirky muse a harder, punk edge for fall. Their signature feminine prints were there but juxtaposed with something tougher. For example, silk dresses in baroque floral prints and rich brocade-inspired fabrics came with faux leather trims at the shoulder or hem. Some were worn with wide, punched-leather belts. Meanwhile, the duo’s intarsia sweaters were done in color-blocked shades of deep red and navy, with one polo neck sweater paired with clashing, hot pink wool pants.

Suzanne Clements and Inacio Ribeiro gave their perennially quirky muse a harder, punk edge for fall. Their signature feminine prints were there but juxtaposed with something tougher. For example, silk dresses in baroque floral prints and rich brocade-inspired fabrics came with faux leather trims at the shoulder or hem. Some were worn with wide, punched-leather belts. Meanwhile, the duo’s intarsia sweaters were done in color-blocked shades of deep red and navy, with one polo neck sweater paired with clashing, hot pink wool pants.

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