I won’t accuse Jenny Packham of being a contrarian, but I will say that she must have had her pulse on what the majority of designers were going to put forward at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week because whatever they did, she did the exact opposite. It made for a refreshing collection that has enough unique pieces that will separate it from the crowded racks at high-end retailers. Yes there were the ubiquitous sequins and embroidered patterns, but that’s where the similarities end. In Jenny Packham’s Fall 2015 collection you have luxurious gowns, beautiful detailing, bead work and styling. Indeed, this ultra feminine collection contains chic jumpers, plunging necklines (but not comically so), a strapless dress with sequin print detailing throughout, a feathered deep blue gown that opened below the knee, a belted shimmery black skirt the accessorized with nearly everything and solid color choices instead of the vomit of colors we’ve seen throughout. Every now and then a little vomit is ok but the English transplant’s decisive use of color, focuses the eye on the design aesthetic and the mastery therein. If you’re not a Jenny Packham fan yet, her 2015 fall collection will make you one.