Looking at the fall shows, one would be forgiven for thinking the director Wes Anderson had a hand in styling them. His films—and their charmingly undone, sepia-tone aesthetic—appeared to be on the minds of many designers. Gucci’s Alessandro Michele channeled Margot from The Royal Tenenbaums, tapping into her offbeat bourgeois sensibilities—and her mink coat and loafers—for his debut collection. Meanwhile, Bally’s Pablo Coppola seemed to take cues from Suzy Bishop’s wardrobe in Moonrise Kingdom, turning out the brand’s signature basics in acid yellow and bubblegum pink. Of course, pulling off such madcap style might entail breaking a few fashion rules, but then, Anderson has never been known to play it straight.