Contrary to their public image, which is quite rugged and bearish, Jeffrey Costello and Robert Tagliapietra work a soft and feminine aesthetic with an emphasis on draping and color, and fall was no different. They offered a lineup of wrapped, twisted and gathered dresses in a floral print that almost resembled underwater corals, as well as printed skinny trousers and tops and a hooded coat. Though some of the pleating and tweaking felt overworked, the designers ended on a sophisticated note with a draped, cap-sleeve green dress.

Contrary to their public image, which is quite rugged and bearish, Jeffrey Costello and Robert Tagliapietra work a soft and feminine aesthetic with an emphasis on draping and color, and fall was no different. They offered a lineup of wrapped, twisted and gathered dresses in a floral print that almost resembled underwater corals, as well as printed skinny trousers and tops and a hooded coat. Though some of the pleating and tweaking felt overworked, the designers ended on a sophisticated note with a draped, cap-sleeve green dress.

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