Narciso Rodriguez wants women to move. He doesn’t want them weighed down by cumbersome fabrics, constrained by tight silhouettes, or tripping over their hemlines. He knows they have better things to do, and this fall, he’s here to help. How? For one, bringing everything shorter. Not micro, but just above the knee so that they can walk quickly, climb in and out of cars, or crouch to talk to their kids. Rodriguez riffed on perhaps the easiest silhouette—a T-shirt dress—with an albeit tailored, roomy number in poppy crepe, and any number of easy sheaths came colorblocked with stripes in shades including orange, sand, and charcoal.