The Fall 2019 season is not a time for uncertainty. As the final set of shows of the 2010s, the diverse collections in New York, London, Milan, and Paris guaranteed that when women step into the next decade, they will do it sure-footed. Possibly it’s a forward-thinking mentality that has driven designers to take a more severe look at dressing this season—six women are gunning for the Democratic nomination for the U.S. presidency, and a starchy pantsuit just isn’t going to cut it.
The Anti-Statement Statement Coat
Sleek, smart coats have come to the fore.
Call It a Bad Romance
The season’s most defining collections had beauty with bite.
Tailoring isn’t a man’s game. These suits are all about woman power.
The Lady and the Camp
Met Gala attendees will be inundated with a choice this year.
Fall’s separates-based dressing celebrates personal taste over a single must-have item.
Not your basic knit and purl.
Pump the Volume
For nights when sitting comes second to making an entrance.