After a short hiatus, Kenneth Cole is relaunching his woman’s ready-to-wear collection for fall with David Witkewicz, vice president and creative director of women’s. Based on Cole’s ad campaign, the “Courageous Class,” the lineup focuses on courageous classics, modern-with-a-twist pieces such as the perfect washed leather biker jacket, the sexy skinny black jean, the tailored blazer and the great white shirt — all essential pieces of Cole’s urban uniform. Witkewicz also introduced a variety of terrific jackets, from a cool anorak bomber to a sleek tech blazer, all with “social storage” — specially designed pockets to hold your phone with a cord that connects to your headphones — perfect for the contemporary girl on the go. Cole has always been known for his cool leather pieces and for fall, he did not disappoint; case in point, a leather apron dress. There were plenty of neutral colors with touches of color. Key looks included an abstract cable-bridge-print shift dress, a velvet sweatshirt and elastic-waist trouser, an abstract floral skirt and plenty of cool sweatshirts and slogan tees. Overall, the collection was effortless and cool. Nice comeback, Kenneth.