Operating under an “urban romantic” motif for fall, David Neville and Marcus Wainwright revamped their signatures — mannish tailoring and a fusion of sporty and tough — in deep colors such as burgundy and navy, rich fabrics, and, as Wainwright put it, “velvet and tasseling detailing offering luxe appeal.” Jackets and finely tailored outerwear were standouts, including a luxurious satin back crepe shawl collar blazer and a trim camel hair topper. In general, the materials seemed elevated, whether the color-blocked brushed mohair alpaca of a gray and burgundy coat or the velvet cut into body-skimming halter dresses and camisoles that tied and fell into tassels down the back. The latter provided a moody feminine counterpoint to the boyish look of slouchy trousers and velvet track pants.

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