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Boston Globe reporter Chris Muther notes that while many designers are favoring black in their fall collections, pops of color aren't necessarily too poppy. Rather, muted but rich hues of plum, merlot, navy, and green are walking down runways. In lieu of vivid pigment, these collections boast interesting textures. [Stylephile]