Tribal touch is felt in the latest Mara Hoffman Autumn-Winter collection's runway show. She is a well known designer for using bold prints and exotic touches in her collections and this season was no exception. Hoffman took references from North Africa (Egyptian camels, Moroccan rungs and Bedouin jewelry), that's why you are going to see here original and vibrant prints. The fall collection seems to be a bit dark, but I personally love the hand work and those tribal motifs. Models appeared on the catwalk wearing black-and-white jacquard cocoon coats, silk braided blazers, fringed ponchos, flowing caftans, intarsia sweater, with camels almost kissing on it, slim pants, maxi dresses, tapered trousers and sharp topcoats. Some of you will for sure see here some bohemian signatures, thanks to relaxed mood of the showcased pieces and patterns. Love the engineered star motifs and graphic checkerboard.