Roving the INA stores this week rounded-up our edgier pieces – but in this sense, I mean garments edged in ruffle or sharp contrast. These edges define themselves against plain fabric backgrounds, a plain white sweatshirt, or pimento floor length skirt, each garment calling attention to its perimeters.
A Bottega Veneta wristlet wallet, zipping open, is one evening's change purse inside of a leather flower.
The leather undersides of Felder Felder pleats swing out with each turn of a Giuseppe Zanotti (for Balmain) heel.
Heels of gold leaf finish a rounded leather toe in Marni pumps.
Trimmed in a beaded and chain-link collar, a Philosophy by Alberta Ferretti oversized top is Aztec-themed in a sweatshirt world.
Nothing but edge, embroidered and patterned - this Prada purse has no borders, unlike the Prada jeweled glasses resting above.
Not a ball gown, but a ball skirt. Jil Sander shifts the ruffle that usually appears as the perimeter to a strapless dress down to the waist.
Alaia charcoal ruffles share their edge with corals and reefs.
Turning up the cuffs of this YSL men's blazer, above: its striped silk offsets its fur-trim.
All items found in INA Soho, with the exception of YSL Men's blazer and Alaia cardigan, to be found in INA Chelsea.