Every Cinderella has her midnight. But My Fair Lady, the heroine of the Etcetera fall line, achieves her transformation for keeps. In the Shaw play, Eliza gets the clothes, the accent, the grammar and total independence from Higgins. Just like her, the Etcetera woman will have all she needs to control her image and her journey. Pretty silhouettes, prints, tweeds and plaids, plus pop colors, from red orange to pink peacock, are there to inspire. In addition to fancier looks, our fair lady loves modern geometries, achieved with prints or atelier tailoring. On a more casual note, equestrian verve and nonchalant comfort align in manor house looks. Touches of fur, both real and faux, plus posh animal patterns, wardrobe a nightlife to remember.