A longer skirt with some movement is becoming a key item for fall, and Sharon Wauchob’s swished seductively, mingling panels of gauzy lace, knife-pleated silk or spangled guipure, almost exclusively in black.
She went for something more strict and industrial-tinged up top. There were bold-shouldered blousons traced with zippers or sprouting fur on the sleeves. Rigid and roomy wool coats came either covered in tiny studs or dotted with tiny crystals.
The interplay of tough and tender worked most of the time, although coats riddled with cutouts were simply too much when worn over lace dresses.