With the standard Hervé Léger mantra intact — leave no curve behind — the Fall 2013 collection presented an irreverent mix of dresses and separates as sexy as they were sporty. Sure, Max and Lubov Azria may have drawn upon the opulence of nature and the works of French artist couple Les Lalanne, a fact supplied by the show notes, but the most apparent point made in this collection was its departure from the overtly sexy tough-girl references. Dresses were cut tight at the knee or, even better, tailored in flouncier fit-and-flares, then paired over leggings. Luxurious fox-fur hooded coats came storming down the runway, all with subtle sheer details. And harnesses still had a place in the Léger collection, they just didn't have quite the same edged-up effect. Instead, it was all about the chic baseball cap this season. The collection called for a sexiness defined by strategic sheer detailing and feminine shapes. See how Léger Fall 2013 did it — keep clicking.