There's been a good deal of androgyny on the runways so far this season, and Max Azria wasn't immune to the trend.
He filled his collection with classic, tailored pieces: a jumpsuit that could double as station-attendant uniform, jackets with squared-off shoulders and a few simple pantsuits. Several billowy looks ran through the collection, but maintained a similar streamlined quality in shades of olive, camel, chocolate and black.
Near the end of the show, the designer gave the audience a bit of welcome color-shock therapy with a juice-orange blouse, paired with black pants, followed by a shift in the same hue.
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