Sleeves zipped partially off the rumpled parkas and beefy shearlings and dangled freely, somewhat deflating the large volumes Boris Bidjan Saberi explored for fall.
These made sense in a season of sleeveless coats and suit Saberi’s dark, industrial-tinged fashion universe — lightened slightly for fall with putty and cement shades and a sprinkling of pepper tweeds.
There were a few gimmicks. The backs of bomber jackets were drawn up like Venetian blinds, creating awkward bunching. And mirrored sunglasses were suspended over noses via metal headbands.