Bold, eclectic, and full of joie de vivre, this playful array of separates invites the intrepid and the restless to adopt new rules this season, and toast to a fall that’s as colorful and original as your hungry soul



From fur-embellished moon boots to faux fur-adorned stilettos, fluffy footwear ruled the fall-winter runways this year. Adding a touch of whimsy and a whole lot of flavor to fall dressing, our lineup of cozy, covetable styles are worth stepping into.

Golden Goose Francy High Top Sneakers

Sporty sneakers get the fuzzy treatment in this iconic high-top version featuring a lilac and pink pony skin upper, contrasting laces, and glitter details at the back. $819,

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Guiseppe Zanotti Amaia Chain 50

Feathery faux fur is juxtaposed with black leather for textural contrast in Guiseppe Zanotti’s chunky heeled boots that feature a golden metal chain applied to the leg that cascades down to the rubble sole. $804,

Stella McCartney Ryder Shaggy Stiletto

Turn up the volume with a pair of ginger toned stilettos that were inspired by the designer’s love for equestrian aesthetics and crafted in a vegan shag. $894,


History has it that camellias, the iconic floral motif that exemplifies the House of Chanel, first caught founder Coco’s fancy as a teenager, when she witnessed a stage performance of Alexandre Dumas’ The Lady of Camellias. Then, years later, Chanel’s lover, Arthur Boy Capel, rekindled her love for the flower when he gifted her a bouquet of the winter blooms. After his death in a tragic car accident, Chanel surrounded herself with camellias, including silk versions as brooches, as a reminder of her one true love. This year, in the atelier’s Fall-Winter collection, artistic director Virginie Viard explored the bittersweet romance the brand harbors for this coveted bloom. From the giant installation of the flower positioned in the center of the catwalk to the parade of clothes covered in floral details, Viard once again validated Coco’s botanical obsession, paying beautiful homage to the house code. Dresses, jackets, knits, coats, and skirts were all embellished with the pristine white flower. Some standout pieces included signature tweed suits paired with culottes and lace leggings, long A-line dresses adding a light touch to seasonal dressing, and splashes of red and pink to break up the otherwise black and white palette. Even the accessories got the rosette treatment, rounding out this highly emblematic collection that Coco herself would’ve adored.


Snake prints, in all their ferocious glory, are making a comeback this year. From Khaite’s fierce matching sets to McCartney’s shifting maxis, designers are having a field day with the slithering palette, updating the ‘80s-inspired scales for the current fashion cycle. Be it in flashy neons for a brazen statement or pared down with jeans and neutrals for sophisticated subtlety, explore the versatility of snake prints with our curated selection of standout separates.

Stella McCartney Snakeskin Print Cape-Sleeve Asymmetric Maxi Dress

Rendered in a vibrant camellia hue, this fashion-forward dress in viscose features a round neckline, A-line silhouette, short cape sleeves, and a high-low hem offering a seamless desk-to-dusk transition. $1,850,

Khaite The Danielle Pant

Make a grand entrance in all-over python-embossed calfskin pants designed in a high-rise, stovepipe-leg fi t that cuts a lean figure and is appointed with belt loops, a chrome button, and silky cupro lining for a bite of luxury. $4,500,

Zoie Snakeskin E­ffect Coat

Layer it over a smart knit or masculine button-down; either way, this yellow brown snake skin effect coat is sure to liven up your fall basics, finished with peak lapels, two side flap pockets, and a straight hem in a mid-calf length. $670,