There was a spare and modern — yet glamorous — feel to Osman Yousefzada’s fall collection, worked in a palette restricted to red, white and black, but fashioned in rich, contrasting textures. “I just wanted to do a tight collection that allows the silhouettes to really shine,” the designer said. His shapes ran from structured to cocooning to fluid. One coat dress with a stiff skirt was done in a glittery red, marble-patterned brocade, while a sporty black zippered jacket was paneled in plasticized, quilted velvet. The most appealing looks were those at the more languid end of the spectrum — a bias cut, deep red silk skirt paired with a matching knit sweater, or a halter neck jumpsuit with a glittery black bodice and elegant draped pants.