“The last year has felt quite surreal, which got us thinking about Surreal and avant-garde artists,” Vince’s creative director Caroline Belhumeur stated. While inspirations for the fall collection imagery stemmed from the Surrealist films of Maya Deren (specifically “Meshes of the Afternoon”) and moody, shadow-filled photography of Sheila Metzner, the garments themselves evoked quiet sophistication.

In addition, the brand is building out its sustainable offerings, reimagining a handful of core styles with responsible fabrics such as Tencel, recycled wool and Naia

The look: A robust assortment of elevated, cozy dress and refined layers.

Quote of note: “Thinking about continuing this language of discrete luxury.”

Key looks: An evolution of knit dressing: from knitted camisoles (new takes on the brand’s silk signatures), cardigans, polos and cable knit tops to hand-knit bags and an alpaca hand-knit cardigan. Elevated bodysuits with twisted draping; a burnout fitted blouse and asymmetric drape skirt; a white blouse with special jewel-like buttons; reimagined loungewear with a nod to men’s wear dressing — relaxed button downs; tapered pants; silk separates; cozy, chic outerwear in leather; nubby faux fur; wool, and more.

The takeaway: Through a palette of interesting neutrals — camel, cool greens, shades of earth and oak — and dusty blues, purples and pinks, the collection offered wardrobe staples that balanced ease and polish.