The fall drawing board at 10 Crosby, Derek Lam’s secondary collection, began with the Macaulay Culkin movie “Home Alone.” Lam and his design director Liz Giardina imagined what their customer would wear on a snow day, coming up with retooled basics that included matching pajamalike pants and tops done in a black cat print, Shetland sweaters with chunky peplum waists and poplin and chambray shirting and shirtdresses, some of which had double collars. It was all true to the crisp American look Lam is known for — sportswear separates that are prime for layering, whether under a tailored trench or a fox fur vest.

The fall drawing board at 10 Crosby, Derek Lam’s secondary collection, began with the Macaulay Culkin movie “Home Alone.” Lam and his design director Liz Giardina imagined what their customer would wear on a snow day, coming up with retooled basics that included matching pajamalike pants and tops done in a black cat print, Shetland sweaters with chunky peplum waists and poplin and chambray shirting and shirtdresses, some of which had double collars. It was all true to the crisp American look Lam is known for — sportswear separates that are prime for layering, whether under a tailored trench or a fox fur vest.

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