I would name this Skingraft latest men's Autumn-Winter collection's runway show as Urban Sci-Fi Sportswear. The next year comes with dramatic looks, as label's creative director Jonny Cota shares with us kind of future dystopia, by sending male models on the runway wearing black, khaki and dark navy outfits which are ideal for streetwear bloggers who feel like survivalists. My personal favorites from the show are outerwear staples, including oversize duffel coats and long tailored blazers. All in all, it's a freaking statement outerwear collection.
A male model appears on the catwalk wearing cool hoodie in leather body styled with leather trousers tucked in boots. That's a nice outfit going for a motorbike ride.
A sport style zipper top with a turtleneck collar which covers half of the face styled with pants with zip padded pockets tucked inside the boots. This look is covered with quilted leather jacket and fingerless gloves.
A calfskin baseball cap worn with black blazer, voluminous fringe scarf, long black shirt which is worn untucked over pants.
A padded vest with quilted panels styled with voluminous shirt and relaxed pants.
A sweatshirt worn with legging and military style boots.
It's obviously a sleeveless hooded knee length vest worn over a jacket.
A quilted bomber worn with a relaxed skirt.
A patent baseball cap with ears styled with fur bomber and long shorts over leggings.
That's my favorite khaki bomber.
A long blazer looks amazing with voluminous pants and cool beanie.
An oversize duffel coat.
Oversize hooded belted duffel coat.
A streamlined trench coat with motorbike sleeves is a standout for an urban wear.
I like this elongated bomber.
If you love everything that glitters, then this look is a must-have for you.