Melinda Gloss designers Mathieu de Ménonville and Rémi de Laquitane had the Roaring Twenties in mind while creating their fall collection made of wearable classics with a twist. Daring touches included traditional trousers cinched at the ankles and a pinstripe suit paired with orange loafers. But overall, the tailoring options were a safe bet. There was a brushed woolen jacket in contrasting stripes of blue, burgundy and white; an azure suit set against a mauve shirt, and a gray sweater with a camel coat, blood-red leather pants and printed scarf. These worked well worn by models making up a series of tableaux vivants.