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Mara Hoffman's Fall Line Is for Soothsayers, Carnies

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Mara Hoffman's electric Fall 2013 line is so damn wearable. Even if you're not a soothsayer, a medicine woman, or a "girl who rides the zebra," as prescribed by the show notes, many women will want to be donning this come September. Bright, bold-scale folk prints grounded in black and navy adorned everything from caftans and capes to shift dressed and slacks.

One particularly whimsical touch was the earring chains that wrapped around the back of the head all the models rocked. Another standout look: the chiffon tunic that adorned a leopard tail.

Images courtesy of Mara Hoffman

· All New York Fashion Week Fall 2013 coverage [Racked]