cushnie et ochs f/w 2013

When you think Cushnie et Ochs, you think sexy. Designers Carly Cushnie and Michelle Ochs aren't afraid to show a little skin and have made a name for themselves with va-va-voom bodycon dresses with cutout details. For fall, there were still plenty of tantalizing glimpses of skin, but for the most part, this collection is much more covered up - and it's one of their most successful in seasons. Their fall offering - in a monochromatic palette of black, white, and gray - had a sophistication and polish that some of their more aggressively sexual collections have lacked. Fur and leather added richness to streamlined silhouettes, and subtle cutouts at the shoulder or midriff showed just the smallest glimpse of skin. A beautiful abstracted forest print gave depth to a skirt and matching blouse, a perfectly tailored shift dress, and a maxi skirt worn with a long-sleeved turtleneck and a jacket tossed nonchalantly over the model's shoulders (talk about covered up). It was nice to see the Cushnie et Ochs woman evolve this season - she's as sexy as ever, but now she's a much more sophisticated creature. Watch the complete show below.

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