Swedish label Cheap Monday presented its Autumn-Winter menswear collection runway show during Stockholm Fashion Week. Brand offers an original approach that is half tribal, pirate, punk and army inspired. Male models appeared on the catwalk wearing ripped and patched jeans, big checked separates, sailor striped tunics, loose-fit tailored shorts, furry cover-ups, hooded down parkas, heavy knit sweaters, sweatsuits, etc. Personally, I find this collection to be punk-inspired, while the real inspiration comes from the film adaptation of Lord of the Flies. Anyway, let's have a closer look at these outfits.
Black curly and furry cover-up is worn atop grey mohair sweater and styled with matching color wide shorts.
If you want yourself a lounge style look, then try on these slouchy, sporty separates.
Black denim extremely ripped jacket is worn with matchning denim jeans. In love with black-red striped top and matching knitted scarf.
Black down parka looks awesome worn atop heavy tweed sweater, elongated striped tunic and cool slim-fit striped trousers tucked in combat boots.
Plaid sweatshirt is worn atop matching shirt and styled with checked sweatpants tucked in combat boots.
Black-red striped cable knit sweater looks great paired with urban black trousers.
That's what I call sophisticated and creative light grey sweatsuit.
Photos by Kristian Löveborg