Fast & Chic: Puff Mammas
In the ’80s, the Scottish stylist Ray Petri shook the fashion establishment with a streetwise, androgynous aesthetic that layered designer pieces with thrift-store finds, athletic gear, and cultural signifiers. Buffalo, as the movement came to be known, has influenced generations of image-makers—and judging from looks as diverse as the bomber jackets at Givenchy and Rita Ora’s bike shorts, it still resonates today. Certainly, the spirit of Petri is alive on these pages, where parkas are mixed with Norma Kamali–esque puffers, sci-fi shades, and a take-no-prisoners attitude: It’s power dressing for 21st-century urban soldiers. Construct the look with these easy pieces.