The starting inspiration for Salvatore Ferragamo’s fall-winter 2016 men’s collection were a simple pair of Andy Warhol’s paint-splattered Ferragamo Oxfords for Ferragamo creative director Massimiliano Giornetti.
Taking aim at a wardrobe ideal for the twenty-first century dandy, Peter Dundas referenced the 1960s and 70s for the Italian fashion house’s latest collection.
Creative director Stefano Pilati aimed to visit menswear classics with a sense of embellishment for his fall-winter 2016 collection.
Jil Sander’s storied inclination for sharp, clean lines find a somber voice in a military aesthetic for creative director Rodolfo Paglialunga’s fall-winter 2016 men’s collection.
CoSTUME NATIONAL creative director Ennio Capasa embraced a retro nostalgia for fall, infusing his latest collection with a splash of color and pinch of glam.
In addition to the current trend of shearling fashions, Corneliani unveiled an irresistible range of cableknit sweaters, tailored suiting and leather jackets.
Between The Avengers and Batman v Superman: The Dawn of Justice, superheroes are in high demand, so it’s no surprise that designer Philipp Plein looked to the Marvel and DC universes for inspiration.
Bridging the gap between 90s grunge and 70s nostalgia with its voluminous trousers
Shearling was quickly established as a go-to on the runway with collections utilizing it for outerwear accents and reversed rifts on the short jacket.
Dressing garments in army green, a militaristic attitude is fueled with must-have coats that lean more towards the casual.
The oversize cardigan sweater makes a comeback for fall as designers embrace long, roomy shapes.