Plaids is one of the main trends this fall, but the attitude is everything but old-fashion, its an exuberant fall with gender-mixed style. Tropical theme mixed with flowers motifs and expressive cultural symbols are setting the trend. It’s the mix that makes the style, bomber jacket is matched with granddad checked wool trousers or metallic with lustrous velvet fabric. Playful mixes on point. Take a look at our top 5 key pieces!
The Workers Club's down-filled jacket is cleverly designed to adapt to changing weather. Made from super lightweight shell, this reversible piece can be worn on the army-green or midnight-blue side - both have useful front patch pockets. Zip it into thecoordinating water-repellent jacket for extra protection. It can also be layered with the matching gilet. Shown here with an A.P.C. sweater, Sandro T-shirt, Blue Blue Japan jeans and Greats sneakers.
Italian brand Etro has established itself as a leading name in the field of premium tailoring. Masterfully crafted from the finest wool-blend, these slim-fit trousers are woven with a Prince of Wales check in a masculine navy, blue and black palette. Team this neatly pressed pair with a chambray shirt and a deconstructed blazer. Shown here with Barena shirt, Boglioli sweater, Brioni blazer, Officine Creative shoes.
"Marvelous means wonderful, exquisite and astonishing. With a bit of strangeness as well." This Byredo Eau de Parfum is made to be a distinguished scent, undoubtedly handsome but like no other. With top notes of Neroli Flower and Mandarin Leaves intermingling with a deep, woody base of Black Amber and White Cedarwood, it is an evocative and sophisticated choice.
Sleek, well-made loafers exude confidence and luxury in equal measure. Meticulously crafted in Italy from dark-brown suede, this Gucci pair has leather trims and burnished-gold horsebit details, referencing the label's equestrian heritage. Wear yours with trim navy trousers or dark jeans. Shown here with Gucci shirt, Gucci suit, Gucci scarf.
From its name (a term historically linked to Mardi Gras) to its packaging (which depicts the 1906 Krewe of Rex parading down Canal Street), every facet of KREWE eyewear proclaims the founder's love of New Orleans. An artist, photographer, and NOLA native, Stirling Barrett founded the brand in 2013 to pay homage to his roots through modern eyewear. Each frame is named after a New Orleans site or cultural reference and handmade from lightweight, heat-sensitive acetate for extreme pliability.