“A compact, tight-fitting coat in indigo navy.” — Akiko Ogawa

“A tailored jumpsuit in caviar and bracken.” — Alvin Valley

“Anything fringe — long or short; leather, rayon, felt or yarn.” — Betsey Johnson

“Delicate layering pieces juxtaposed with opulent luster and detailing in mineral tones.” — Brian Reyes

“Cocktail dresses embellished with feathers and jewels.” — Carmen Marc Valvo

“My wool-blend, midnight gray-and-black striped turtleneck minidress, belted with a black knit belt with a patent leather buckle — it should be worn with black woolly tights or leggings and smoke suede boots with a metal toe plate.” — Charlotte Ronson

“My cashmere barn coat in emperor red plaid.” — David Rodriguez

“A black or brown jacquard item that will give you a color spectrum in the way the fabric weave has been interpreted.” — Dennis Basso

“A double-breasted cotton blanket coat in forest green jacquard.” — Doo-Ri Chung for Doo.Ri

“A spiral-seam dress in imperial purple.” — Douglas Hannant

“A below-the-knee tweed pencil skirt in Shitake.” — Elie Tahari

“The rose bud dress in rose red.” — Erin Fetherston

“A short cocktail dress with a mixture of rich, intense black textured textiles that create a unique collage of art.” —Gustavo Arango

“A royal midnight fur felt riding hat with feather trim.” — James Coviello

“An oatmeal/taupe belted jacket with silver fox collar trim.” — Jenni Kayne

“Clustered jewelry with touches of bright stones in candy pinks, charcoal and vineyard.” — Kimora Lee Simmons for Baby Phat

“A beautifully draped, Madame Grès-inspired cocktail dress in crimson and blush.” — Laura Poretzky for Abaeté

“My dark mustard washed taffeta parka — it is classic, sporty, casual and luxury all in one.” — Lela Rose

“A beaded cocktail dress in black leather and forest green iridescent feathers.” — Luca Orlandi for Luca Luca

“The perfect little black dress.” — Nanette Lepore

“A gold-flecked glen plaid coat with dramatic accordion pleat sweep, worn with skinny pants.” — Pamella Roland

“An apple green, pressed-wool cocoon cape.” — Peter Som

“Coats in green or blue.” — Reem Acra

“Anything cashmere, such as my classic turtleneck sweater in chocolate brown.” — Tadashi Shoji

“Billowing dresses in bright jewel colors — volume and unashamed glamour.” — Alice Temperley for Temperley London

“Our tweed coat — it has a structured, tubular body with strong shoulders, comfy texture and a large sweep. It is a mixture of dulse [malt brown], braided pebbles and blackhorn, speckled with sloe [white].” — Tia Cibani for Ports 1961

“A long reefer coat in loganberry plaid.” — Tracy Reese

“Our newly shaped jacket with a flute skirt in red.” — Waleed Khairzada for Cynthia Steffe

“A macrovolume top in a luxe purple hue, paired with Seventies-inspired boot-cut denim trousers. The combination creates a deliberate contrast that recalls the easy, unconventional glamour of Woodstock-era icon Janis Joplin, the high priestess of rock.” — Wichy Hassan for Miss Sixty

“The cocoon-shaped, brushed-wool cape coat in mineral red.” — Y & Kei

“The patent leather paillettes cocktail dress in smoke and storm.” — Yigal Azrouël

“A wool/poodle tux overcoat.” — Zac Posen

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