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Sophie Theallet's Fall 2013 Isn't Begging for the Woolmark Prize

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As points out, Sophie Theallet is up for the Woolmark Prize, but she's not pulling any look-at-me tricks with the designated material. She used wool but she worked it into the collection in her usual restrained way with a handful of cable knit sweaters, menswear inspired jackets, and as a paneling detail in grey. The palette ranged from white to grey with a crimson pattern threaded through the rest, which was alternately contrasted with mustards, rust, burgundy, and light blue. Check out all the understated cool after the jump.

· All NYFW Fall 2013 Coverage [Racked]