Best known for his intricate details, Thakoon went a step further for his Fall 2010 collection, experimenting with different silhouettes and a multitude of textures. With all the details and different fabrications, this collection could have easily become muddled, but in a subtle way, Thakoon is one of the few designers so far at NYFW that showed something distinctly different from Fall 2009. Bunches of ruffles gave interest to monochromatic looks and Thakoon also gave us a really nice new pant shape, which is sort of like a more structured harem pant. The accessories were also fantastic; a knotted soft leather belt, and shearling-lined peep toe booties could spice up any fall wardrobe. Overall, the collection was modern, innovative and will surely be a major influence for stores like H & M and Zara.