Photographed by Stephen Mark Sullivan

Lemtosh from Moscot

As a self-professed lover of summer, exchanging the bright colors and vivid prints of my summer wardrobe for the more subdued and earthy tones of fall and winter always makes me wistful. With the hours of sunlight dwindling and the air becoming chilly, the warmth of summer seems long gone. But look beyond the temperature outside to the color palette of earthy tones that autumn offers up. Rusty oranges, dark reds like maroon and oxblood, yellows in shades of saffron and goldenrod, and deep browns ranging from mahogany to burgundy—all are rich and full of warmth… maybe even enough to get you through winter.

–Iris Johnson