Always one to break with tradition and add a downtown edge to her collections, Houghton designer Katharine Polk took the word bridal off of her label for fall. “Our girls want to get married in it and wear it again,” she said, noting that she now refers to the line as ready-to-wear for the bride. Polk — who successfully blurs the line between day and night, everyday and wedding day — this season channeled a Kate-Moss-meets-Penny-Lane vibe infused with a bit of Twiggy. The outcome was an effortlessly cool lineup that offered lace bomber jackets, short rompers and an icy blue sequin sweatsuit for the sportier tomboy as well as an off-the-shoulder top and maxiskirt with bands of open-work embroidery for the more bohemian bride. There was even a lace inset slipdress worn by a very pregnant model. A number of glamorously modern silk fringe gowns struck the perfect balance of elegance and edginess — but the show-stopper was the patent leather and Mongolian lamb motorcycle jacket, a chic topper for anytime.