A deconstructed chevron — the two sides of the arrow touching but misaligned — ran through Véronique Leroy’s fall collection.

The pattern was printed on a perforated gabardine that came in a variety of colorways, including burnt-red-and-black for an hourglass dress with a scooped décolletage. The same dress shape was even more striking when the motif was embroidered in bright red over a fuzzy gray-and-black leopard-printed wool.

There were plenty of quieter looks, too: elegant riding skirts worn with slouchy high-heeled boots, as well as variations on Leroy’s signature tweeds. This season the latter came in monochrome versions, mismatched on a series of layered outfits.

Graphic metallic half-belts cinched the fronts of some outfits — a silver-plated style looked especially chic on a long black wool coat that hung loose in the back.

A deconstructed chevron — the two sides of the arrow touching but misaligned — ran through Véronique Leroy’s fall collection.

The pattern was printed on a perforated gabardine that came in a variety of colorways, including burnt-red-and-black for an hourglass dress with a scooped décolletage. The same dress shape was even more striking when the motif was embroidered in bright red over a fuzzy gray-and-black leopard-printed wool.

There were plenty of quieter looks, too: elegant riding skirts worn with slouchy high-heeled boots, as well as variations on Leroy’s signature tweeds. This season the latter came in monochrome versions, mismatched on a series of layered outfits.

Graphic metallic half-belts cinched the fronts of some outfits — a silver-plated style looked especially chic on a long black wool coat that hung loose in the back.

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