It’s clear that designer, Rubin Singer was inspired by architectural lines in his new Autumn/Winter 2016 collection for New York Fashion Week. Described as one of Neiman Marcus’ best selling designers, Singer delved deeper into his architectural femininity for Fall, this time exploring “Homomorphism”, the idea that any given formula ends up in the same place no matter how many times you change it. Texture, color and a plentiful usage of separates made this collection vibrant and approachable for today. Knitwear was also introduced creating a more ready-to-wear vibe for Autumn and Winter. Touches of Indian Lamb, Python, and Duchess Satin Jackets continue to show Rubin’s technical use of classic fabrics. Take a look at the entire collection below.