Please welcome Ana Locking Autumn-Winter 2015-2016 menswear runway show. New collection's name is DOPPELGÄNGER and it's German word used to describe the double of a living person. “Doppel” means “double”, and “gänger” means “walking”. The starting point of Fall season was the Italian Neorealism in Antonioni’s films and his characters. The fabrics include satiny crepe, wool, mohair, cotton neoprene, fake metalized leathers and colored synthetic furs. The color palette comes with cadmium yellow, beige-green, grey-black, navy-green, brown, cobalt turquoise, heather pink, ivory white, tourmaline black, curry yellow, midnight blue, pink quartz, birch white, onyx black and dark copper. I personally like the wood splints print. Speaking of clothes, then we see awesome combinations representing two different types of styles, where the first one is the bespoke classics and the other one features youthful outfits. In other words it's all about contrasts and combinations.
Male model appears on the runway wearing a cozy grey coat with a hood lined with fur. The outerwear is worn atop light grey three button pantsuit. In love the mittens:
Here we see fur hooded light grey jacket worn atop two-buttoned navy pantsuit. I am in love with light blue tote. Take a closer look at these awesome dark blue suede men shoes:
Grey pantsuit (cotton suit jacket and wool trousers) looks awesome worn with printed polo shirt. I like the black tote and light brown brogues:
That's a terrific urban look that consists of a printed fur tapper hat, cool urban jacket, black polo and pleated light grey pants:
The exaggerated faux fur coat looks awesome worn atop burgundy pantsuit:
If you want yourself something creative and fun, then why don't you try on wood splints printed look:
Another awesome wood splints print appears on a trench coat. Love the classic fit of this outerwear:
If you want to make a perfect appearance at some kind cocktail party, then go for a double-breasted suit jacket paired with shimmering pants:
In love with this shimmering black parka worn atop tuxedo outfit.