Dries Van Noten: Layering, textures and prints were the focus for Fall at Dries Van Noten. While there were enough dark tones (variations on noir, really) Southeast Asia felt like a touchstone as well, with traditional silhouettes, a la tunic-like skirts and dresses worn over pants, and tropical floral prints. To wit: A menswear inspired navy suit was worn with a knee-length matching skirt with a floral embroidered jacket, a tiered champagne-hued dress worn over suit pants, and a blue button-down topped off with a navy, yellow, and brown striped jacket with similar embroidery and a wide-striped tunic worn over matching trou. Floral prints were also seen in pant suits; ditto for the ’70s-style tiered and flowing island-style dress, or a grey periwinkle floral coat worn over pink pants of a similar pattern. One navy tier-skirted dress worn over grey pants even came embroidered with a gekko on the shoulder. Evening wear took flight with a series of ostrich feather-adorned looks, like a flamingo pink and canary yellow ombre shift dress, or a white button down worn with a khaki feathered floor-length skirt that dusted the runway. Transported indeed!