“The contrast of outdoor and indoor” is how creative director Yossi Cohen described the Ballantyne woman for fall. In his hands, that meant a mix of town and country — often with appealing effect. Cohen amped up his play with patterns and textures. For instance, he offered 19 colors of the house’s signature “diamond” motif on a tunic dress, pared it down for a graphic black and white poncho or had it inlaid on a mink coat. The lineup also featured several men’s wear touches, including a knitted cashmere herringbone jacket or coat and a sartorial woven alternative that underscored the brand’s British roots.

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