January 06, 2014 New York
Picking up where Spring left off, the designer showed a few new slipdresses, this time in season-appropriate lightweight suede. Bias-cut dresses followed the same fluid, elegant lines. She paired a white version with a boxy black pony-hair parka in an effort to re-create the feminine-masculine mix essential to Kahlo's personal style. Another parka looked good in a nubby, wheat-colored raw silk. What was new was a group of denim pieces, also handwoven in India. A V-neck shift and a sleeveless jumpsuit were casual in a way that Caylor hasn't explored here before.