While Fall collections are often more textural than Spring's runways (all the better for cozying up and staying in when the sun sets early and temperatures drop), Jill Stuart  left us wanting to reach out and touch even more than usual. The show started with outerwear and two strong pieces at that: fur and boiled wool that both looked extremely warm while happily chic. She played with leather and suede, too; there were pencil skirts, but also more unique shapes (when was the last time you saw suede overalls or a leather empire-waist dress?).
The party girl will also have a reason to shop Jill Stuart  come next Fall. Metallic spots and dots peppered tops, dresses, and even tights. Love polka dots? Fat black ones covered a sheer long-sleeved top that'll surely look amazing with skinny jeans or tucked into your favorite flirty skirt.