Cashmere pillows made from leftover yarn from the knitwear company Manos del Uruguay in Hearst’s native hometown adorned the show seats. A classic pale pink wool coat was made from discarded Loro Piana fabric—there will only be enough for 10. Even the floor of the runway was to be donated post show. These eco-friendly details along with Hearst’s careful consideration of fabrics and tailoring are the reason why her small two-year-old label can sell next to Céline in Barneys. This season the coats and suiting were knockouts—particularly, a leopard print number with matching pants or the ‘20s style drop waist robe coats. Quietly, strongly stylish pieces that you can expect to see on the likes of a Traina, a Santo Domingo, or of course, a Hearst.