Each X Other believes in the commercial power of poetry. Indeed, Robert Montgomery’s poetic phrases, printed on the collar of a cropped sweatshirt and on the wrist of a bomber jacket, captured the fall collection’s distinguishing characteristic. “Poetry Finally Kills ‘Celebrity Culture’” declared one black hoodie. “The Homage of Each Other” read the chicken scratch on a nude turtleneck layered under an apron dress. There were other slogans, but god bless anyone who could read them in the dim of Le Trianon theater. Otherwise the lineup’s androgynous tailoring, tough streetwear and denim fit right in with current contemporary market fare. Those who dig the melancholy cool-kid look will find plenty to buy into here.