The collections are never complete without an overt military reference. This season’s focus was the Navy, which Prada mined to perfection with cropped sailor shirts and formidable admiral coats.
Prada coat, shirt, pants, hat, and shoes; Uniqlo socks.
The ongoing influence of casual dressing has led to a looser fit in suits. Yet designers proved there is a way to look elegant and relaxed at the same time: Try a monochromatic double-breasted suit with classic sneakers.
Emporio Armani jacket and trousers; Burberry polo shirt; Apple Watch watch with Apple Watch Hermès band; Converse sneakers.
The counterpoint to relaxed tailoring is a ’60s-inspired look that’s guaranteed to turn heads. The key to pulling off boldly patterned trim suits is to exercise restraint everywhere else: Pair them with a simple black turtleneck and classic monk-strap oxfords.
Bally blazer and pants; Boss turtleneck; O’Keeffe shoes.
It’s been a year of comebacks, ’90s grunge chief among them. But this time around, the style is more thought-out: plaid shirts and high-top sneakers, yes; loose man bun, not so much.
Bottega Veneta jacket; Tom Ford sweater; Acne Studios jeans.
Among rocker style’s many incarnations, the best were arguably in the late ’60s and early ’70s, when musicians like Jimi Hendrix and Mick Jagger flaunted glamorous, androgynous flair. Thankfully, Saint Laurent and Roberto Cavalli are keeping that spirit alive.
Roberto Cavalli jacket, jeans, and scarf; Jeffrey Rüdes shirt; Tudor watch; Guidi boots.
Pokémon characters aren’t the only ones causing a commotion. From Mickey Mouse at Iceberg to the plush bears at Gucci, the stuff of video games, comic books, and Saturday morning cartoons is suddenly grown-up cool.
Gucci cardigan, T-shirt, and sneakers; Tom Ford jeans.
Contrary to popular opinion, you don’t have to be a rapper or a frontiersman to wear fur—as long as you don’t go crazy with it. A pair of fuzzy slippers or a shearling-collared jean jacket go a long way toward making a statement—and keeping you warm.
Fendi jacket; Saint Laurent sweater; NN07 shirt; Steven Alan pants.
Changing out of your gym clothes to hit the streets is so last year. Thanks to the ubiquitous athleisure trend, you can now sport warm-up jackets under blazers and pair sweatpants with tailored topcoats. Just do us a favor and shower first.
AMI Alexandre Mattiussi jacket; Neil Barrett track top; Officine Générale pants; Falke socks; Church’s shoes.
Maybe it’s the slacker in us, but slouchy, oversize clothes suddenly feel right. Just ask Raf Simons, who blew up almost everything in his collection to XXL proportions.
Raf Simons sweater; Handvaerk T-shirt; Margaret Howell pants; Louis Vuitton shoes.
Hair by Takashi Yusa; Makeup by Junko Kioka for Joe Management; Models: Frank Nadolny and Jack Page at Ford Models; Alexander Newman, Sheani Gist, and Wonjung Jo at Red Model Management; Gabriel Marques at DNA Model Management; Will Wadhams at Wilhelmina Models; Tailor: Joseph Ting; Photography Assistants: Gaspar Dietrich, Max Bernetz, Payal Parikh; Fashion Assistant: Katie Cervini