Progressive Danish fashion label ASGER JUEL LARSEN unveiled its Autumn-Winter menswear collection during Copenhagen fashion week. The Fall season is inspired by Victoriana tailoring and free-spirited 1970's postwar style. The catwalk was dominated by oversized outerwear, furry designs, tailored peacoats, jacquard black coats and modern bombers. The color palette includes black and burgundy hues. What drives me crazy, then it's the intoxicating medley of the past fashion combined with futuristic sci-fi details. Everything looks modern, decadent, minimalistic and very Scandinavian. All in all, if you want yourself streetwear basics with goth-punk look, then you are more than welcomed to view this collection:
Male model walks down the runway wearing a black tailored pea-coat styled with loose-fit, slouchy black trousers.
The black fur coat looks impressive worn atop black separates.
Here we see a long wool coat with fur lining worn atop black separates.
A furry light red bomber looks awesome styled with slim-fit jacquard black trousers.
The hooded light red furry jacket looks modern and somewhat sci-fi inspired.
This goth inspired black jacquard jumpsuit looks awesome styled with wide long burgundy scarf.
Here we see a fuzzy burgundy loose-fit sweater paired with cool burgundy cargo pants.
I am in love with this impressive black glossy bomber worn atop goth inspired jumpsuit.
The hooded parka is worn atop matching separates.
Khaki dark grey tailored long high neck coat looks stunning paired with animal camouflage print trousers.
Here we see another masculine outerwear with wide lapels worn atop animal print camouflage shirt and trousers.
Welcome to the future: gold color ankle-length cover-up.