Digital prints have long been Michael Angel's modus operandi, and it seems the rest of the fashion world has caught up: Mirrored head-to-toe prints have been having a moment. But Angel remains focused on personal progress, and this season he's limiting himself to just one pattern (as opposed to more than a few, typically): wispy, feminine feathers that simultaneously "look mechanical and tough, like shards of razors."

There was a new emphasis on outerwear for Fall, with cocoon-shaped, masculine-inspired bomber jackets and drop-shoulder topcoats shown over straight and narrow shift dresses. Angel also added knitwear to his offerings. A massive sweater woven from ropelike strands of merino wool was strictly editorial, but the stiff wide-leg trousers with an inverted box pleat were an on-trend example of how Angel is wising up when it comes to sales, and featuring more practical items that still show off his unique approach.