Robert Rodriguez borrowed from the boys — and from one of his muses, Caroline de Maigret — for his fall lineup, which was packed with effortless, cool-girl style. Citing comfort and ease as the main tenets of his label — along with the constant interplay between femininity and masculinity — Rodriguez reimagined classic men’s staples for a woman’s wardrobe, as in a generously oversize trench; brown suede suiting, and cuffed, cropped trousers with a slight drop crotch. They paired well with any of his ruffled cotton shirts. A pale beige hooded shearling coat, worn with roomy silk plaid trousers that pooled onto the floor, perfectly captured the collection’s carefree spirit. Elsewhere, Rodriguez’s signature silk chiffon maxidresses — featuring pleats, ruching and reworked vintage floral prints — should satisfy customers seeking a little more frill.