A confluence of elements — red sequins, the Blue Danube, Vienna and tailcoats — converged for the label’s eclectic fall collection, which featured some on-trend pieces.

 

“We were invited to the opera ball in Vienna and were so impressed by tails,” Adrian Runhof explained before the show. “They’re so flattering, every man looks great [but] not every woman does at the ball. It’s really mind-boggling. So we thought: Let’s experiment a little bit and translate this idea of tails for women.”

 

He and Johnny Talbot experimented with larger volumes and tailoring details, for instance.

 

The Seventies-style skirt-pants that abounded, some in three-quarter lengths and coming in a wide range of fabrics, were particularly flattering and wearable. So was the camel and red hound’s tooth suit and the tinsel tweed tailcoat worn with a matching dungaree pant-skirt and a white poplin shirt.

 

Sparkling metallic fabrics reflected the collection’s evening focus.

By  on March 7, 2016

A confluence of elements — red sequins, the Blue Danube, Vienna and tailcoats — converged for the label’s eclectic fall collection, which featured some on-trend pieces.

 

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