Marcia Patmos presented new M.Patmos Autumn-Winter season's collection of women's cozy outerwear and awesome knitwear. Her collections are always filled with beautiful knits that are made of luxe and finest yarns. The Fall season was inspired by a British gentleman, as well as by classic dapper trip looks to Antarctica and Patagonia. The lookbook is full of luxe and cozy textured knits that are ideal for everyday wear. The new collection features amazing light tan undyed robe coats, easy blanket-plaid dresses, color-blocked chunky merino wool sweaters, baby alpaca sweaters, oversize layering scarves, khaki olive capes, button-up dickeys, etc. The color palette includes mustard, cream white, navy, black, beige, khaki olive, grey, blue and camel. All in all, M. Patmos keeps it cozy and functional.
Fashion model appears in a camel colored long coat worn atop high neck cream white turtleneck, mustard slim-fit sweatpants tucked in black combat boots.
Today we are going to observe Great Greenland x Jesper Høvring Autumn-Winter collection which was presented during Copenhagen Fashion Week. We are going to see a modern collection based on classic values and innovative fashion touches. You are going to see fabulous craftsmanship and luxurious details. Jesper Høvring used unique seal fur in a collaboration with Great Greenland company. All in all, Fall season looks modern and youthful.
Fashion model walks down the runway wearing a stunning cape-coat embellished with fur and styled with black slim-fit cropped trousers.
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.
Austrian designer Arthur Arbesser was inspired by Austria in his latest Autumn-Winter season's collection. You are going to find here awesome sweaters paired with pleated skirts, modern bombers embellished with fur collars, comfortable jumpsuits decorated with zips, sharply cut coats, flared pants, tunics, etc. The most vivid staples were the ones in colorful graphic patterns and multicolor prints inspired by the works of Wien-based artists from the 1920's. I personally like that mannish touch that makes these industrial and utilitarian looks special and individual. Anyway, if you want yourself something functional that comes with uncomplicated shapes, but still colorful, then this collection is meant for you.
That's a cozy look: white turtleneck is worn underneath printed sweater that is teamed with matching skirt.
Brooklyn-based women's ready-to-wear line Suzanne Rae presents its new Autumn-Winter season's collection of relaxed 1980's inspired practical ladies apparel. The Fall season has that uniform-like utilitarianism touch that makes each dress look modern, minimalist and feminine. You are going to find here mandarin collars, long hemlines, Eastern influence, mock-necks, etc. The color palette includes navy, camel, grey, white and cream. All in all, if you are looking for contemporary gentlewoman apparel, then you better check these stunning looks:
Here we see a hooded black, loose-fit robe coat with wide sleeves. It looks awesome paired with white separates. In love with rounded sunglasses.
Lindsey Thornburg reveals new Autumn-Winter season lookbook of vibrant women's outerwear. The colorful wool cloaks is the focal point of Fall season. You are going to find here traditional Pendleton blanket prints, Aztec, glamour leopard camouflage, psychedelic tie-dyes, as well as bright colors (black-and-white, navy, cobalt blue, sienna and crimson). I personally felt in love with that special Western motif that makes these looks sophisticated and vivid. All in all, we see a classic and fabulous collection that is full of chic and cool creations.
Here we see a sophisticated belted coat in leopard print styled with wide-brim black fedora. Love the suede turquoise gloves.
Let's welcome this year's Fall-Winter menswear collection made by Andy Imbrechts. The spring season was mainly inspired by 'Antlizer der Zeit' (photobook by August Sander), attire of painters, as well as by the hunting season: woods, animals, nature and hunting attire. You are going to see Breugelesque prints (created by designer's own drawings and art). I personally love the way Imbrechts combines hard fall colors with pastels, making his looks creative and individual. You are going to see oversized shirts, high-waisted trousers, pleated coats, blush colored A-line blouses, etc. Andy offers a feminine look with mannish touch for those men who are not afraid to dare and want to be noticed.
In love with this plaid print wool coat.
Apiece Apart showcased its awesome Autumn-Winter collection of women's ready to wear garments. New season was inspired by French painter Francoise Gilot. You are going to find here relaxed fit coats, voluminous elongated sweaters, heavy knits, jeans, boiled bouclé coats, oversized athletic pants, elongated skirts, belted toffee-colored toppers, etc. The color palette features pastel hues, light red, grey, navy, white and khaki brown. Designers Starr Hout and Laura Cramer behind Apiece Apart showcased vibrant and sophisticated boho chic looks ideal for everyday wear.
Black cable knit sweater looks fantastic worn atop elongated white shirt paired with long black leather skirt.
Leana Zuniga behind Electric Feathers presented new Autumn-Winter season collection of women's contemporary, timeless and functional apparel. The fall features effortless, elegant and versatile 1970's inspired looks that can be worn from day to night. You are going to find here high-waisted herringbone jodhpur pants, black bouclé culottes, lamé jumpsuits, collared silk peasant blouses, smock dresses and many other interesting creations. The overall mood is sophisticated and relaxed. All in all, if you are looking for unique and personalized outfit, then you better check these creations.
Cropped A-line white jacket looks awesome paired with black long dress, black pants and high heel sandals.
Alexandra Michelle behind Objects Without Meaning presents her new Autumn-Winter season women's ready to wear collection. The brand offers indie style clothing, including 1990's inspired high-waisted jeans, rounded jackets, knits, pale-blue jeans with cropped, flared legs, etc. Each one of the presented garments can be mixed and matched with your wardrobe essentials. I love the way designer experiments with color and prints. The color palette is full of grungy inspired hues: black, dark navy, olive, and cream white. All in all, if you are searching for something creative, simple and easy to style, then you are more than welcome to view Objects Without Meaning fall collection:
Fashion model appears in a black wrap wool blazer styled with cream white shirt tucked in pale blue jeans.