Neil Barrett’s fall collection complemented the men’s lineup that he showed in January — most noticeably in the case of the thunderbolt motif. He featured it across quilted leather bombers and as a repeat pattern on sweaters and jacquard coats.

Since the bold visual is not for everyone, Barrett offered alternatives with a mannish feel, including tailored alpaca coats with a nice ombré effect and cropped tops teamed with pencil skirts. A T-shirt dress with a leather band detail at the sleeves and a pleated skirt worked a sweeter vibe.

Neil Barrett’s fall collection complemented the men’s lineup that he showed in January — most noticeably in the case of the thunderbolt motif. He featured it across quilted leather bombers and as a repeat pattern on sweaters and jacquard coats.

Since the bold visual is not for everyone, Barrett offered alternatives with a mannish feel, including tailored alpaca coats with a nice ombré effect and cropped tops teamed with pencil skirts. A T-shirt dress with a leather band detail at the sleeves and a pleated skirt worked a sweeter vibe.

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