In Character: Mona Lisa Vito

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Remember how GD dynamite Marisa Tomei was in My Cousin Vinny? I mean, the Academy recalls (and so does George Costanza). Here, the key witness essentials. —erica

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A 10 Crosby Derek Lam leather jacket, as black as the oil she dealt with during her mechanic days.

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House of Harlow hoops that are more Brooklyn than Beechum County.

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A Rachel Roy dress that’s about as appropriate for a day in court as a maroon tuxedo is.

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Three materials with three very different vibes—and yet somehow these Rachel Roy lace-ups don’t seem all over the place. —erica

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Fave Look: Rachel Roy

Making the Fall 2013 collections easy to digest. Scroll through all of our top getups here.

Rachel Roy, from Style.com.

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There’s something very “All I Ask of You” about this Rachel Roy jacket. Obviously in a good way. —erica

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This PJ-esque Cameo getup is so Sofia Coppola. And Rihanna. And Rachel Roy. —erica

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Next Level: Kinda Krazy Cap Toes

Cap toes are Coco Chanel-classic. (Fun fact: The menswear-inclined design powerhouse originated the style in 1957.) Here, four ways to shake ‘em up. —erica

LEVEL I: This Loeffler Randall knee-high boot is super-sleek—and would still pair well with a Ladurée macaron.

LEVEL II: Totally glam in a jumpsuit and fake fur way—but these spiky heels could hang with an LBD, too. Gotta love Elizabeth & James.

LEVEL III: Pull on these Rachel Roy guys and try not to stuff humming “All That Jazz.”

LEVEL IV: Hot damn, does Phillip Lim know how to do cool. These shoes look challenging—until you release you can wear them with nearly anything.

More four-part harmonies right this way…

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Fave Look: Rachel Roy

Attacking the SS13 collections, one getup at a time. See ‘em all here.

Rachel Roy, from Style.com.

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Next Level: Drawstring Pants

The hotter it gets, the less you want to have some stiff waistband rubbing up against your skin. The solution: a drawstring situation with some give. And we’re not talking a slimmed-down sweat pant you wear for a coffee run—I think we’re meant to call those Saturday pants now?—but rather something you can wear to the office…or at least a drinks outing. Here are four pairs to tie on (loosely!) now. —erica

LEVEL I: Think of this Chinti and Parker pair as a jean stand-ins, and wear ‘em with your most graphic footwear.

LEVEL II: Snakeskin’s easy when it’s in neutrals. Just top these Elizabeth and James guys with a white or black top, and you’s set.

LEVEL III: Leave it to Rachel Roy to do a drawstring that can handle a board meeting. The creased, cropped cut—and rusty orange color—are chic to the nth.

LEVEL IV: Yes, this Clover Canyon pattern is a little wild, but look at it this way: Since there are so many hues in the mix, you no doubt already own something that would mesh perfectly.

More “Next Level!” Get to it!

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Fave Look: Rachel Roy

Least overwhelming fashion week coverage ever: One look we love from the fall 2012 shows we care about. See more hits here, and click thisaway for the full collection.

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Rachel Roy, are you reading this? Because you need to own these Piamita PJs so you can do this look v. 2.0. —erica

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