Loulou de la Falaise: “It’s a bit Gothic, with dark and muted colors,” explained Loulou de la Falaise as she presented her fall collection in her Left Bank boutique. “It’s sleek, with some medieval-looking pieces.” That meant a musketeer-like silk top paired with formfitting trousers tucked into boots or a whipcord jacket with ruffles and velvet bows. Falaise is at ease mixing color, texture and eccentric tailoring. She elaborated on these hallmarks in a striped wool and chiffon hooded dress, velvet bubble skirts, an aqua silk faille dress draped with mauve mousseline and a great short coat in beaver lined in black damask. Knitwear, another Falaise forte, rounded out the fine effort, from cozy cashmere and angora “granny” cardigans to sexier diaphanous cashmere pieces.