The models on Consuelo Castiglioni’s fall runway were dressed to conquer in gear that projected urban rawness defined by plain cuts and unfinished edges. These details showed up on wrap tunics and long vests layered over paneled skirts and fluid flared pants, all done in dense wools, tweeds and gabardine. This clan was stylishly intimidating. The palette progressed from sturdy neutrals — camel, black and white — accented with bold flashes of red to organic, textural patterns and moody florals. Shaggy fur sleeves and big patch pockets added a rugged intensity to the look. It was powerful and luxurious, and while the silhouettes were strong, the excellent accessories determined the attitude.