Please welcome back the military trend of the 1930's and 1940's. I'd like to share with you Balmain Fall-Winter season's menswear lookbook, which features male model Anders Hayward (from Bananas fashion agency). There is no doubt in military addiction in Balmain's latest collections, as I have never seen so many military style clothes in one lookbook. Here are shown sweaters with statement, metallic buttons on collars, heavy shoulders, zip pockets, camouflage pants, uniform blazers with masculine buttons, cargo trousers, statement outerwear etc. So, new Balmain collection is all about military styles with that special rugged European edge and modern touches.
Heavy aviator jacket is worn with sweater, which features statement, metallic buttons on collar.
Double breasted blazer with statement gold buttons is paired with slim fit trousers and high boots:
Leather aviator bomber with statement knitted collar and asymmetric zip is styled with shawl neck pullover, drop-crotch cargo pants and military boots:
Cable knit white sweater looks masculine and sophisticated (my favorite):
That's an awesome biker inspired outerwear with sheepskin collar and zips worn with cuffed camouflage trousers:
Model appears sporting a pullover with side collar buttons:
Collarless, leather biker-inspired bomber and khaki zip cargo pants:
Totally uniform-inspired dark khaki look:
Love this belted double-breasted coat with fur on the shoulders:
Photographer: Karim Sadli
Styling: Clare Richardson