“Fashion has to serve the woman; it has to work,” said Andrea Lieberman during a preview of her fall collection. “I leave my house in the morning and go to seven or eight places.” Since the inception of A.L.C., Lieberman has delivered wardrobe-building pieces for the modern woman and fall was no exception. She started with denim. “This is the alternative to jeans, the updated version,” she said of a cool Army green pair with lace-up legs, paired with a simple sweater and a camel coat. An undercurrent of casual leisure ran through the collection. She envisioned pleated skirts and dresses in vintage Thai-inspired prints being worn with sneakers. Long, comfy cashmere pants paired with a backless silk ruffled top, while wide-leg, high-waisted pants matched with a simple black shirt, and zip-up bomber jackets were thrown over everything. It’s definitely how cool women dress.