Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen described their pre-fall lineup for The Row as “aristocrat meets equestrian,” with a bohemian undercurrent. They worked in muted tones — navy, burgundy, ivory and black — and their signature restrained silhouettes. There were leggings, crepe-back satin camisoles and slipdresses, leather turtlenecks and gorgeous coats in textured wool. All could be classified as understated luxury — save for the patchwork fox furs, multicolored coats and a long vest, which were exceptional if not discreet.

Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen described their pre-fall lineup for The Row as “aristocrat meets equestrian,” with a bohemian undercurrent. They worked in muted tones — navy, burgundy, ivory and black — and their signature restrained silhouettes. There were leggings, crepe-back satin camisoles and slipdresses, leather turtlenecks and gorgeous coats in textured wool. All could be classified as understated luxury — save for the patchwork fox furs, multicolored coats and a long vest, which were exceptional if not discreet.

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