Tastemakers: What Does Fall Mean for You, Fashion-Wise?

Tastemakers share what they love about the changing of the seasons

Kelly Framel, Stylist/Creative Director of The Glamourai

Kelly Framel. (Photo: Andrew Toth/Getty Images for Alexis Bittar)

Kelly Framel. (Photo: Andrew Toth/Getty Images for Alexis Bittar)

“Where summer is all about skin, fall brings mystery back into fashion, with luxe layers, sheer hosiery and seductive felt hats. It is the chicest season of all!”

Teresa Moore, Model

Teresa Moore.  (Photo: Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week)

Teresa Moore. (Photo: Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week)

“When the weather gets a little cooler, textures of clothes and scarves get richer and yummier. Layering leather, wool, knits and accessories is fun, and you can still wear your sunglasses all day. More people come back to the city after being away during summer, and the city buzzes with culture. The aromas get woodier and spicier in cooking, candles and perfumes. The most sensual season
of all.”

Damon Baker, Photographer/Artist

Andreja Pejic and Damon Baker. (Photo: Patrick McMullan)

Andreja Pejic and Damon Baker. (Photo: Patrick McMullan)

“The best part about fall style is pushing the boundaries with textures and layers. I also love anybody who can pull off tartan in the fall.”

Natalie MackEy, CEO, Co-Founder of Glow Concepts

Natalie Mackey. (Photo: Natalie Mackey)

Natalie Mackey. (Photo courtesy of Natalie Mackey)

“The chicest thing about fall is burgundy lips. I wait all year to break out the deep sultry colors and smoky eyes. Summer is great for that natural bronzy glow but fall is when you get to play.”

Kilian Hennessy, Owner of Kilian Fragrances

Kilian Hennessy.  (Photo: John Sciulli/Getty Images for Saks Fifth Avenue)

Kilian Hennessy. (Photo: John Sciulli/Getty Images for Saks Fifth Avenue)

“Like fashion, a fragrance ‘dresses’ you and can completely transform your mood, for example, making you feel stronger or sexier. I like to play with my scents the same way I play with shoes, ties, pocket squares, bags, etc. And I always choose the perfume of the day last, according to my mood and style.”

Mia Moore, Stylist at Pierre Michel Salon

Mia Moore. (Photo courtesy Mia Moore)

Mia Moore. (Photo courtesy of Mia Moore)

“My clients come to me with ‘that picture’ of the look they have been eyeing all summer. The lower humidity gives everyone more ease managing their hair, especially for those with texture, so shorter lobs and bangs no longer seem so intimidating. It’s the perfect time to consult your stylist and try something different. Keep an eye out for heavy textured bangs and bold colors!”

Hannah Shoshana Fisher, Director of Overall Mayhem and External Affairs at Queen of the Night

Hannah Shoshana Fisher. (Photo courtesy of Hannah Shoshana Fisher)

Hannah Shoshana Fisher. (Photo courtesy of Hannah Shoshana Fisher)

“Jackets! I have as many fall jackets as there are leaves on the ground. Layering is my first love.”

Max Papendieck, Photographer

Max Papendieck. (Photo: Ben Gabbe/Getty Images for Parke & Ronen)

Max Papendieck. (Photo: Ben Gabbe/Getty Images for Parke & Ronen)

“I love the feeling of putting on the first jacket of the fall. The art of layering allows you to mix your outfits more and more.”

Tastemakers: What Does Fall Mean for You, Fashion-Wise?