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Aeneas Erlking: Inspired by the boudoir, Aeneas Erlking designed for a woman who dresses up for a night out by barely wearing anything at all.
Altaf Maaneshia: The designer’s fall collection seemed to combine a Forties starlet look with a futuristic moto girl.
Andre Soriano: While the designer’s lineup lacked cohesiveness, there was no shortage on drama.
Bellen Brand: Alexandria Norman and Katie Kay Mead’s line of hip lifestyle basics was appealing in its comfort and ease.
Bri Seeley: The designer based her collection on classic American silhouettes in a merlot, yellow-gold and black palette.
Camelia Skikos: The San Francisco-based Romanian designer turned to her adopted city’s map grid for the geometric shapes and contrast seams in her polished collection.
Colton Dane: Colton Dane Lasater, 21, is targeting his year-old line toward the mature, sophisticated woman.
Consort 62/Miss Consort: Kenneth Chang introduced his new women’s capsule, called Miss Consort.
Control Sector: Maxwell Amadeus and Luke Deenihan gave their streetwear line a sleek turn for fall.
Civil Society Men’s: Brad Schwartz deftly mixed materials including leather, chambray, corduroy and quilted nylon for a strong fall collection.
Emily Daccarett: The designer hit on several fall trends including plaid, velvet, capes and sheer paneling.
Furne One: The Dubai-based designer channeled both the Harajuku girl and Marie Antoinette in his outré collection.
Hallie Sara: Working in leather and fur, the designer showed a collection that had a sporty and sexy vibe.
Ina Soltani: Soltani chose leather as her primary material this season.
Jaime Elyse: The designer chose to show her bridal collection.
Jen Awad: The designer showed a cohesive collection inspired by Fifties glamour and a “Spy vs. Spy” narrative.
Katharine Kidd: The designer took her floral prints into dark and dramatic territory.
Kinsman Swim: Joanna Kinsman based her year-old line on the Brazilian-cut bikini.
Linden: Jennifer Lynn said she was inspired by artist James Turrell and his exploration of light.
Lolly Clothing: Geneveive Cruz heightened the sex appeal of her contemporary collection of knits with lace trim, sheer panels and asymmetric hemlines.
M the Movement: Michael Herrera’s streetwear line looked edgy, yet approachable.
M8 Urban by Maggie Barry: The designer’s line was full of over-the-top looks.
Mathiasen: The designer borrowed liberally from athletes for his youthful collection, designing for a sporty customer who likes to show off her figure.
MessQueen New York: Courtney N. Gamble used loud, bold allover prints in motifs that ranged from dots and checks to marijuana leaves and hamburgers.
Mike Vensel: Recalling his skateboarding days in the Nineties, the designer gave a grungy makeover to his typically Goth collection.
Mister Triple X: Erik Rosete’s women’s and men’s streetwear line embraced fall trends such as plaid, Asian-inspired prints and metallics.
MT Costello: Michael Costello embraced a slew of fall trends in his glamorous MT Costello collection: rich burgundy shades, velvet, perforated leather and transparency.
Oda: Angie Kim, Maggie Kim and Mandalyn Begay named their collection “Echoes of Interstellar Dust,” inspired by futuristic cosmic landscapes.
Özgür Masur: The Turkish designer showed elegant, well-cut silk cocktail dresses and evening gowns.
Poetic Justice: Academy of Art University grad Kalia Kirby fills a niche in the denim market by catering to the hard-to-fit woman with a small waist and curvy hips.
Quest Apparel: Design director Michael Veni modernized his collection with small, interesting touches.
Quyne Paris: Quynh Nhu fused the traditional dress of her native Vietnam with the tailoring she learned at Mod’Art International in France.
R. Michel’le the Label: Rachael Broussard worked a bright color palette with pretty, chic sportswear pairings such as a teal pullover with a fuchsia pencil skirt and a purple biker jacket with light blue trousers.
Ravish in Bounds: Showing off their sewing skills, the design collective featured layers of knits, leather, yarn and silk on 10 looks for an arty and cool effect.
Rosario: Mario De La Torre demonstrated a knack for easy-breezy dressing.
Skinny Bikini Swimwear: Aida Takyrbasheva called her contemporary swim collection Jet Set Glamour, and most of the pieces achieved that with touches of gold, lace and beading.
Stella Proseyn: Designer Debbie Talanian let the fabrics lead the way for her fall collection.
Sumie Tachibana: The designer showed a five-dress capsule in installation form.
Tatyana: The designer reworked her favorite retro silhouettes for the modern-day woman using a palette of autumnal colors.
That’s Totally Fine: Versatility was the theme of Rose La Grua’s sophomore collection for That’s Totally Fine.
Together: Lily Chehrazi and Benedict Barrett described their fall collection as “high-tech, active glamwear.”
Vvigoure: Patricia Vega showed a rather incohesive dress collection.
Walter Mendez: The designer took full advantage of sheer mesh to up the sex appeal of his body-conscious gowns.
Wayward Men’s: Sam Adegoke combined the nomadic lifestyle of Africa’s Fulani tribe with the rugged uniform worn by motorcyclists for his collection.