The new Alexandre Plokhov Fall/Winter 2012 collection was unveiled at New York Fashion Week last week and promises for a postmodern fall season. Monochromatic suited separates and casual pieces were seen here worn by eyeliner-sporting, heroin-chic models as they strutted down the runway.

Draping details, dynamic cuts, directional lines and avant-garde tailoring were all key elements of this unified collection from the designer, while leathers, wools and furs served as the principle materials. Longer, more slender silhouettes and skirts were just some of the ways that the designer brought some androgynous detailing to the striking range. An apron-inspired vest was one of the collection’s more unusual pieces, though everything in the Alexandre Plokhov Fall/Winter 2012 line would be perfect for those looking to feed their rock star complex.