Despite the buildup and anticipation preceding runway shows and presentations, there are certain things we've come to expect season after season: lush knits and all-oversize-everything for fall, bright hues and limb-bearing silhouettes for spring. Groundbreaking. These unspoken rules are, to a certain extent, dictated by forces out of our control — but even Mother Nature would agree that these conventions feel stale year after year. So, this season, we'll just go ahead and politely decline, thank you very much. Instead, we're giving a nod to six of our favorite offbeat sartorial personas that emerged from the season's runways. From the triumphant return of high-end goth, spearheaded by Givenchy and Alexander McQueen, to the underappreciated color scheme of the '70s revival, championed by the likes of MSGM and Prada, the six looks ahead are the best ways to get a little weird with fashion this fall.
A Case For Cosmopolitan-Grandma Jewelry
I didn’t grow up with a grandmother, so I envy friends who had the distinct pleasure of raiding their granny’s jewelry boxes. Nearly all the ba