Seventies, monochrome, deconstruction: the most extravagant men's outfits this Fall
A lot of fashion designers did not stand aside from the global trend - demonstrating men's and women's collections together and refusing to separate clothes by gender (it seems that the exception was only those brands where a separate creative director is responsible for the male line). LookStyler has selected the best men's outlets at shows in Paris.
The creative director of Maison Margiela John Galliano continues to focus on outrageous outfits and not the most practical, but effective deconstruction. This time, Galliano rethought the coats of the Second World War, the robes of sailors and sisters of mercy, and also dressed all models - yes, regardless of gender - in high-heeled boots.
We offer a look at the minimalist outfits by Christophe Lemaire this fall. Monochrome outfits of the whole spectrum of natural shades from black to almost white, loose silhouettes, playing on textures - here are varnished leather, good-quality wool, and suede, and “wet” silk - all this, though not new in the design of clothes, but Lemaire is brought to the absolute that you want to admire again and again.
And a little more retro - this time almost the distilled seventies in the fall/winter Isabel Marant collection. This is a floral print and intricate abstract patterns. obvious hippy aesthetics, but at the same time allowing you to remember during the cold autumn days that summer will come again and your favorite music festival will take place.
The designer Haider Ackermann continued the idea of sashes on top of the jacket, but this time in a more relaxed manner: having tied the sleeves of a nonexistent shirt instead of a belt, complementing the set with a wide leather belt with a freely hanging end or simply tucking one half of the jacket into trousers.