The Patrik Ervell man got tougher for fall with some street-smart wool military coats, nylon bomber jackets and tire-print accessories. While his outerwear looked more aggressive — with a few nods to Givenchy — he continued with his minimal, tailored looks that were still sharp, but a bit more youthful. But it was the ghetto-fabulous Nineties sweatshirts with gold metallic accents on waists and necklines that most mirrored Ervell’s new confidence. A splendid collection, it all stayed true to Ervell’s edgy unisex aesthetic.

The Patrik Ervell man got tougher for fall with some street-smart wool military coats, nylon bomber jackets and tire-print accessories. While his outerwear looked more aggressive — with a few nods to Givenchy — he continued with his minimal, tailored looks that were still sharp, but a bit more youthful. But it was the ghetto-fabulous Nineties sweatshirts with gold metallic accents on waists and necklines that most mirrored Ervell’s new confidence. A splendid collection, it all stayed true to Ervell’s edgy unisex aesthetic.

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