Pants are Stephanie Rad’s specialty: She launched her collection last spring when she couldn’t find any that fit the way she liked. For fall, she dove further into the category, offering 18 different trouser silhouettes — from zipper-accented leather skinnies to boyish wide-leg trousers in brushed twill — adding a few chic jumpsuits to the mix. Thin-wale corduroy flares in shades of brown and gray lent the lineup a boyish Seventies vibe, while other styles featured sheer cutouts and front-slit hemlines.

Rad complemented her looks with silk and velvet bodysuits and tailored baseball shirts, the latter a nod to her grandfather; Rad was recently rummaging through his closet when she stumbled upon a few of his vintage single-pocket short-sleeve shirts and racetrack jackets. Here, she reimagined a few of his wardrobe staples in luxe fabrics; it especially worked on an oversize silk bomber with a deep V neckline. “I wanted to incorporate the masculine pieces in a feminine way that woman would find approachable,” she said.

By  on February 7, 2017

Pants are Stephanie Rad’s specialty: She launched her collection last spring when she couldn’t find any that fit the way she liked. For fall, she dove further into the category, offering 18 different trouser silhouettes — from zipper-accented leather skinnies to boyish wide-leg trousers in brushed twill — adding a few chic jumpsuits to the mix. Thin-wale corduroy flares in shades of brown and gray lent the lineup a boyish Seventies vibe, while other styles featured sheer cutouts and front-slit hemlines.

Rad complemented her looks with silk and velvet bodysuits and tailored baseball shirts, the latter a nod to her grandfather; Rad was recently rummaging through his closet when she stumbled upon a few of his vintage single-pocket short-sleeve shirts and racetrack jackets. Here, she reimagined a few of his wardrobe staples in luxe fabrics; it especially worked on an oversize silk bomber with a deep V neckline. “I wanted to incorporate the masculine pieces in a feminine way that woman would find approachable,” she said.

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