“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.

“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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