Rebecca Minkoff was thrilled to be dressing girls head-to-toe for the first time, having just added shoes to her brand. Her tough-chic handbags already have a cult following—Agyness Deyn apparently owns somewhere around 100 of them—and Minkoff has been adding similar hardware, like fine chains and small studs, to her clothes and, now, heels.

The collection struck that balance between delicate and raw that so many twentysomethings seem to desire. A long, tawny linen dress with a haphazard white yarn pattern was mixed in with fitted pilot pants of rip-stop nylon; platform pumps in stingray-embossed leather; and a mid-heel ankle bootie you've seen on every Parisian, but never found stateside. Minkoff is smart to think not just cool, but practical: "You name it, and we've got a case for it—iPad, laptop, iPhone." She obviously understands her customer, that fashion-forward young thing who doesn't want to look like she tries.