Rachel Comey's Fall '13 runway show highlighted gorgeous leather separates, cozy shearling, and polished prints — exactly what we'd like to add to our wardrobe right now. Honing in on her penchant for whimsical yet chic silhouettes, Comey offered up an array of textural Winter components: buttery soft leather separates — ranging from a structured leather top dipped in a rich caramel hue to a folded, knee-length skirt — and lots of shearling-embellished outerwear. The latter was showcased in a stunning, oversize deep orange biker coat with chocolate brown trim. Comey supplies her fans with new and playful prints every time, and this season, the designer utilized an assortment of metallic cheetah, bold florals, and galactic patterns across an array of sleek fitted dresses and smart separates. Check out the top 10 moments from her Fall '13 collection right now in the slideshow.
It was all about black leather, burnt orange, and rockabilly slouch at Rachel Comey's Fall 2013 show on Wednesday in New York. Models in choppy black pixie wigs skulked down the runway like undercover agents to a live set by noise-pop band Blonde Redhead. The vibe was downtown, dark, and much moodier than Comey's shows of the recent past — and the clothes were plenty cool to match. Silhouettes ran the gamut from sleek (pencil-skirted shift dresses with knot-twist details) to boxy (oversized baseball jackets over billowing leather skirts) and came in borrowed-from-the-boys fabrics like washed-out denim, shearling, and buffalo-check tweed. Of course, there were also plenty of Comey's signature quirky prints — watery tie-dye dots, neo-mod daisies, floating crimson florals — for just a hint of girlish charm.