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NYU grad Lyndsey D. Butler founded her label and Lower East Side boutique Veda in an effort to transform leather from outerwear-only to layer-able innerwear, too. For fall, Butler takes her all-leather-all-the-time approach up a notch by mixing in plush furs and luxurious shearlings. In an organic move, she's also introducing in a small selection of functionally sexy handbags. Her signature Max Classic moto-jacket returns—this time in an electric blue soft suede and unconventional tie-dye.
In the gallery above, we picked out five fall styles to expect. After the jump, check out five spring styles to tide you over in the meantime.
Highlights from the Veda spring 2011 collections: