Marissa Webb took inspiration from her past and present for fall, reminiscing about her salad days working in fashion when her wardrobe consisted of vintage pieces she lovingly DIY’d, and the undone chic that comes so naturally to her husband’s French Moroccan family. “I was always hacking up my clothes and the proportions were always awkward, but it was fun,” she said, recalling a trench/corset top with a peplum. It could be layered over an oxford or worn alone over pants, and was emblematic of the kind of specialty pieces Webb does that add nuance and novelty to a wardrobe. Other examples included Army green cropped pants that laced up the legs and cropped leather moto pants with a paper bag waist. There was an array of outerwear prime for layering, such as a shrunken trench and a fur-trimmed vest. As for the influence of her effortlessly stylish in-laws, a saffron maxidress with ruffles traced around the shoulders and a generous skirt said it all.