"I took inspiration from my house," Lela Rose said of her latest collection, which the designer presented in her newly renovated Tribeca triplex, with models perched on an expansive dining table that—get this—descends from the ceiling. "I especially like the idea that rooms, like garments, can each occupy their own space but still be connected as a whole," she added.

How did she go about translating that concept? A tweed and linen shirtdress featured curved hourglasslike seams that mimicked Rose's rounded living room walls, while strong pops of emerald, royal blue, and lemon paired with neutral hues nodded to the home's distinct art-filled living spaces (which, it must be noted, include a children's theater, a subterranean tequila-sipping-cum-Scrabble room, and—as if all that weren't jealousy-inducing enough—a studio-sized walk-in closet). The strong yet feminine silhouettes will look familiar to Rose's fans. Too bad the jaw-dropping surroundings don't come included.