Dusan Paunovic toyed with traditional jacket proportions for his fall collection, which featured hybrid creations. A kimono coat in a herringbone print was cut short in the back, while a reversible cape — nutria fur on one side, striped cashmere on the other — was worn cropped like a poncho.

Blankets, long and short, were loosely slung across the shoulders. An oatmeal-colored double-face cashmere cape, for example, featured raw edges with the bottom airbrushed to create the illusion of frosting.

Dusan Paunovic toyed with traditional jacket proportions for his fall collection, which featured hybrid creations. A kimono coat in a herringbone print was cut short in the back, while a reversible cape — nutria fur on one side, striped cashmere on the other — was worn cropped like a poncho.

Blankets, long and short, were loosely slung across the shoulders. An oatmeal-colored double-face cashmere cape, for example, featured raw edges with the bottom airbrushed to create the illusion of frosting.

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