The contemporary subsidiary of the Alexander McQueen label, McQ presents its Autumn-Winter menswear collection that incorporates the relaxed combination of countryside ruggedness with eccentric British 1980's era post-punk/goth subcultures. The new season's lookbook comes with relaxed and layered silhouettes that remind us 1990s inspired fashion with wide and oversized proportions. We see an additional splash of minimalism, as McQ offers simple shorts, constructed jackets, easy tailoring that is paired with printed knitwear, eye-catching denim, graphic sweatshirts and casual cover-ups.
That's what I call extremely layered look. We see a long coat worn atop knitted sweater that is paired with culottes and black sports pants.
Denim on denim trend is back in town for a cold season.
Yellow-brown colored leather biker outerwear looks great with cuffed jeans.
Here we see a beige leather jacket paired with red sweater, light pink scarf and camouflage trousers.
The closer look to the camouflaged bomber. It's an ideal cover-up for showing off in the streets.
Aviator black colored biker jacket looks stunning paired with camouflage trousers.
Checkered pullover is worn atop the same print shirt that are tucked in pleated black culottes and the same color sweatpants.
The black-and-white leather jacket looks fantastic with wide-leg culottes and cool sweatpants.
The black perfecto looks awesome. That's a practical leather cover-up that will for sure make you noticed in the streets:
The denim hits back with lots of beautiful jeans, including high-waisted, carrot-cut, washed and distressed numbers. Speaking of other staples then you gonna find here black nylon bombers, camouflaged cover-ups, collaged print and sprayed tees, parkas, bonded jackets and coats. My personal favorites are pleated, wide-leg pants, shearling biker jackets and single-breasted overcoats. If you are looking for something edgy and creative, then you better check this collection now.