Creative director Jonny Johansson described Acne’s latest offering as an “emotional collage.” To wit, this youthful collection was packed with of a plethora of textures and prints, with the latter nodding to a guy who wears his heart on his sleeve. The designer contrasted straightforwardly masculine looks — such as shiny fake leather jackets with faux fur collars and collarless trench coats — with more playful, almost romantic pieces. They included fluffy mohair sweaters in duck egg blue or tomato red, a white shirt printed with hundreds of red hearts, and a navy sweater knit with intarsia hearts. Styling crisp, tailored pieces into odd layers — such as long-sleeved T-shirts worn under shirts, or different lengths of pants layered over one another — gave the collection an insouciant air.

Creative director Jonny Johansson described Acne’s latest offering as an “emotional collage.” To wit, this youthful collection was packed with of a plethora of textures and prints, with the latter nodding to a guy who wears his heart on his sleeve. The designer contrasted straightforwardly masculine looks — such as shiny fake leather jackets with faux fur collars and collarless trench coats — with more playful, almost romantic pieces. They included fluffy mohair sweaters in duck egg blue or tomato red, a white shirt printed with hundreds of red hearts, and a navy sweater knit with intarsia hearts. Styling crisp, tailored pieces into odd layers — such as long-sleeved T-shirts worn under shirts, or different lengths of pants layered over one another — gave the collection an insouciant air.

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