For fall, Jonathan Cohen infused his lineup with new categories — a fur collaboration with Saga, knitwear and an expansion on his T-shirts — giving the collection a more diversified assortment. Guy Bourdin served as inspiration, resulting in an upbeat palette of deep oranges, red, cobalt blue, and black and white. Dresses were either long-sleeve — thin silk, floaty and unconstructed — or fit-and-flare with a bit of volume in the skirt. The cool factor came via paint-drip motifs on tops and a print of smashed mirrors and smeared lipstick seen throughout the collection.

For fall, Jonathan Cohen infused his lineup with new categories — a fur collaboration with Saga, knitwear and an expansion on his T-shirts — giving the collection a more diversified assortment. Guy Bourdin served as inspiration, resulting in an upbeat palette of deep oranges, red, cobalt blue, and black and white. Dresses were either long-sleeve — thin silk, floaty and unconstructed — or fit-and-flare with a bit of volume in the skirt. The cool factor came via paint-drip motifs on tops and a print of smashed mirrors and smeared lipstick seen throughout the collection.

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