Clockwise from top: Flos’s lamp, by Marcel Wanders; Rodarte’s marbled leather and cotton tulle dress, at Barneys New York; Jaime Hayón’s chair; Baccarat’s vessels, by Jaime Hayón; Christian Louboutin’s ostrich, velvet and Swarovski crystal pump, at Christian Louboutin, Las Vegas; Dolce & Gabbana’s suede shoe, dolcegabbana.it; Moschino Cheap & Chic’s polyester acetate skirt, at Moschino, New York.
Piece is the word—at least on the runways, where designers spliced and
diced their way through the fall collections, providing a medley of
intriguing color and fabric combos. Patchwork permutations were endless,
whether ladylike (Carolina Herrera), surrealist (Moschino Cheap & Chic)
or, from Rodarte’s Laura and Kate Mulleavy, glam goth—the sisters’
collage dresses were inspired by none other than the 1931 film