's Fall collection had a distinct medieval tenor, which dovetailed with the designer's perennially romantic point of view. At a preview in his Tribeca store/studio space, Graham conjured up images of a woodland queen wearing gold-flecked tapestry jacquard skirts, wispy silk "hatch plaid" shirts, and delicate knits. Per usual, there was an emphasis on liberal layering here, and the sheer puff-sleeve T-shirts worn under many of the looks added a Renaissance touch. Outerwear standouts, including utilitarian hunting jackets and a nipped-in coatdress with a corset-like leather bodice, toughened up the equation a bit. Overall, Graham succeeded at modernizing his references to the Middle Ages, but there is always something detached and otherworldly about his clothing. "I'm always focused on the idea of isolation and how that has to do with fashion," Graham said. It's nice to see someone who listens to his own voice and goes with his gut instead of the current trends.