Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren tapped into the strong-shouldered look that’s been popping up on Paris runways. Recalling the atomic-bomb silhouettes from one of their defining couture shows of yore, their tongue-in-cheek take on inflated proportions for men included heavily padded shoulders on Crombie coats and knit sweaters. The more controlled pieces in the lineup — such as a tailored black coat with a shearling collar — won out over the cartoonish shapes.

Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren tapped into the strong-shouldered look that’s been popping up on Paris runways. Recalling the atomic-bomb silhouettes from one of their defining couture shows of yore, their tongue-in-cheek take on inflated proportions for men included heavily padded shoulders on Crombie coats and knit sweaters. The more controlled pieces in the lineup — such as a tailored black coat with a shearling collar — won out over the cartoonish shapes.

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