J. Mendel Fall 2014 RTW Wants You to Find Your Inner Warrior Princess

Thursday's snowpocalypse was not enough to keep J. Mendel's show from going on. And we sure are glad it did, because this collection is I-want-it-all material. The label sent out an army of warrior princesses in fierce furs and jewel-toned gowns that might have you rethinking your delicate sensibilities.

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J. Mendel Fall 2014

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What’s black and white and red all over? This fearsome fur coat, worthy of Glen Close’s Cruella de Vil.

J. Mendel Fall 2014

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After you’ve slain a few dragons and are done for the day, slip into this little number. Bonus points for those ab-bearing cutouts.

J. Mendel Fall 2014

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Leather is the perfect material for low-level protection from the elements, because a lady should never leave the house without a little bit of armor.

J. Mendel Fall 2014

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This is a wedding dress gone wrong in a way that is oh so right. That high-low hem, those torso cutouts… the parents of the bride are blushing.

J. Mendel Fall 2014

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If you’re hibernating for the winter, do it in this coat.

J. Mendel Fall 2014

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Donna Summer is jealous of this disco-worthy blue satin dress.

J. Mendel Fall 2014

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How the team at J. Mendel made this weird shade of pea green so desirable we will never know. We’ll just take it at face value and admire the stunning pleats and embroidery.

J. Mendel Fall 2014

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A blood red coat is perfect because it allows you to rock that ‘after battle’ look perfected by HBO actors without any actual blood.

J. Mendel Fall 2014

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Everyone who isn’t Gwen Stefani circa 1995 knows that a bandeau isn’t a shirt — which is why this dress mimics the look but incorporates some midriff embroidery that keeps it classy.