KH Kaeppel’s handwoven wool tapestry; Canopy Designs’ glass and metal chandelier; Ports 1961’s wool felt hat, by Tia Cibani; Roberto Cavalli’s silk gown; Sergio Rossi’s patent-leather shoe; Andrew Gn’s silk gown with lapis lazuli embroidery; Cornelia James’s nylon and Lycra gloves; ABC Carpet & Home’s wool chair with steel and wood frame; Arte Vetraria Muranese’s handblown glass vase with gold foil; Flying Fig’s embroidered silk georgette scarf; Nancy Gonzalez’s crocodile clutch; Dior’s satin, sueded lambskin and metal clutch; Distant Origin’s bronze and agate lamp.

The fall runway collections boasted plenty of feathers—trailing down gowns, trimming accessories—not to mention loads of bird imagery. But there’s another avian trend at the forefront of the season: a color palette lifted straight from peacock plumage. That’s of the male variety, though; one who takes to flaunting his fabulously iridescent quills to woo the far less extravagant-looking peahen. To be sure, there’s something irresistibly alluring and glamorous about these jewel-tone hues, including brilliant emeralds, indigos and purples—even exotic pops of fuchsia here and there. They don’t call it peacock proud for nothing.

Fashion assistant: Brian O’Connor. Flying Fig’s scarf at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; KH Kaeppel’s tapestry,; Arte Vetraria Muranese’s vase,; Distant Origin’s lamp,; Canopy Designs’ chandelier at ABC Carpet & Home, New York.