Rag & Bone sent out a Fall 2013 collection rife with graphic texture, bold tones, proportional mastery, and an assortment of accessories (hello, pilot clutch!) that we've already mentally assigned to our must-have list. It's no surprise that Marcus Wainwright and David Neville have — yet again — delivered a lineup that is all at once new (even when it's mod inspired), cool, and exactly what we want. Take a look inside.
Look to Monika Chiang's Fall '13 lineup for the sleekest leather, pops of brilliant cobalt blue, and serious heels. The tailoring was sharp and a little more menswear-inspired — thanks to Chiang's references to military uniforms — but ample jewels provided a glamorous counterpart. Gorgeous gold collar necklaces, gold hardware on clutches, and chains adorning a pair of t-strap heels mean you should pay just as much attention to Chiang's accessories as you do to the clothes.
Jenni Kayne never fails to supply us with gorgeous footwear, and for Fall 2013, expect to fall even harder for the designer's latest offerings. In addition to her iconic d'orsay flats — this time dipped in rich jewel tones and including a new kitten-heel silhouette — Kayne also showed us sleek high-heel mules and some irresistible prints. See them all now.
For Fall 2013, the Rebecca Minkoff girl is every bit the feminine styler, albeit with a slightly grungier tomboy twist. While her mix of darker wares seemed like a match made in heaven for her most loyal fans, it felt like a much more subversive lineup. Take, for instance, Minkoff's play on space-like silhouettes, which came to fruition in quilted and padded leathers, voluminous shoulder cuts, utilitarian finishes, and bright metallic accessories. There was enough of her signature casual-cool styling to satisfy, but paired with edgier additions and Minkoff's first (real) foray into eveningwear, and you've got a new kind of Fall 2013 to look forward to.
For Cushnie et Ochs's Fall '13 showing, designing duo Carly Cushnie and Michelle Ochs gave us another smoking-hot collection that didn't hold back on the sex appeal. From their selection of skintight pencil skirts, whisper-thin strappy tanks, and backless dresses to their signature brand of sultry detailing (including strategic cutouts and thigh-high slits), just click through to see the hottest looks from their runway show — and let us know who you think would wear these high-impact ensembles on the red carpet.
Sexy, sophisticated, and a little subversive: Jason Wu's Fall 2013 collection delivered on the designer's potential as a great American designer. Fans from Michelle Obama to Diane Kruger will have plenty of pieces to love in this mostly black and white collection, filled with sharp coats and crisp white collared dresses with plenty of lace and chiffon for nighttime. Will Wu's next wow moment come on the Oscar's red carpet? We wouldn't be at all surprised.
Gorgeous wool, luxurious fur, and sleek leather — Yigal Azrouël's Fall '13 runway collection was filled with a textural medley of modern pieces. The designer's knack for sharp sophistication was made evident via tapered trousers, chic blazers, and slick peplum tops. However, it was Azrouël's outerwear that stole the show. From tailored cashmere overcoats to subversive, leather-embellished parkas, see the stunning top 11 outerwear pieces that caught our eye — and you'll understand why Azrouël garnered such a loud applause from the audience today at the Highline Stages.
For Fall 2013, Dannijo designers Jodie and Danielle Snyder channeled all things '80s opulence. The sisters were inspired by the late Elizabeth Taylor and bygone episodes of Dynasty for their latest collection, offering up gorgeous multicolored baubles that are just begging to be worn on the red carpet. Models sported sparkly gowns and sleek, slightly understated beauty looks, creating a perfect backdrop for the oversize statement pieces done up in bold jewel tones and oxidized crystal. Just press play to get a look at the entire collection now.
Kate Spade New York looked to the Big Apple for inspiration for the brand's Fall 2013 collection, not-so coincidentally falling on its 20th anniversary. Andy Warhol's Factory sex appeal and Studio 54's "undone" glamour informed the collection's mix of metallics and leopard prints, all with Kate Spade New York's signature wit and whimsy. Complete with yellow taxi cabs in the backdrop, creative director Deborah Lloyd showcased slim trousers, flirty full skirts, and dresses doused in cheeky prints and cheery hues. Smart short suits; ladylike, jeweled-collar blouses; tweed jackets; and chic colorblocked coats tempered Lloyd's vivacious mood, supplying her fans with fun workwear options. For the party crowd, Llyod's glitter top and pleated flounce skirt are sure to turn heads at the next fashion soirée. Are you that girl? Click on to see Kate Spade's complete Fall '13 line.
— Additional reporting by Chi Diem Chau
Despite being in different cities, Jennifer Lawrence (at Heathrow airport) and Emmy Rossum (at LAX) did have one thing in common: both took on one of our favorite Winter coat silhouettes — the always cool leather-sleeved coat — with jet-setting ease. Jennifer's black version, adorned with gold buttons, proved very military-inspired, while Emmy kept herself warm in a Line & Dot navy coat with black leather sleeves. With this kind of mixed-media outerwear, you can style it two ways, and take it from these ladies on just how to do it. Jennifer completed her London look with gray ripped jeans, black booties, and a purple hat, and Emmy finished her outfit with Joe's faded blue jeans ($158), black ballet flats, and this Jimmy Choo chain-embellished bag ($1,795). Now, for the fun part: shop our editors' picks below to get the same kind of cool leather-sleeved Winter look.