Some outfits are designed to catch the eye, guaranteed to make an impression, whatever the situation. But look closely. Discover the creative little touches that add so much richness to the bigger picture.
It’s made of lamb’s leather, lightly quilted in a small check pattern with metal studs at every intersection, and ribbed wool at the collar, cuffs and hem. Versace layers it over a black and shiny gold degrade turtleneck that brings plenty of bling to the look, as do the asymmetrical, oversized zippers on the black jeans.
Made of a shaggy mohair-wool blend that has a slight sheen, it’s dressed up with velvet trim on the collar, pockets and cuffs. This unlined coat is more about fashion than function, but is it for everyday or the red carpet? Your call.
The jacket is a patchwork of black and plum-coloured velvets, mixing jacquards, solids and floral brocades. Casually cool with a polo neck, it would also look great with a shirt and bow tie. The woollen dress pants show a dark brown and raspberry check; together with the jacket, they create a very Etro look – perfect for your next party.
This down-filled, mixed-media bomber is the solution, with its woollen front and back, nylon sleeves, brown suede hem, and shearling collar and placket. Add a thick merino wool sweater and flannel trousers and you’re toasty.
The chunky merino wool Fair Isle sweater is dramatically short, and the ribbed cuffs and waist are oversized. We’ve pushed up the sleeves; pull them down and they cover your hands. The signature red, white and blue sash is knitted into the pattern, telling the world you’re wearing Thom Browne.