“We always like to play with opposites and this season we mixed the elegance of the tuxedo with a lumberjack streetwear attitude.” So said Rolf Snoeren about the elegant Victor & Rolf pre-fall collection he designed with Viktor Horsting. It was all about masculine, angular lines paired with soft, feminine fabrics, as demonstrated on a cozy checkered mohair coat worn over silk and wool dégradé cigarette pants. Meanwhile, checkered organza details on sleeves added a bit of quirk to a cotton poplin shirt, worn under a fitted silk wool tuxedo jacket with silk pinafores.

“We always like to play with opposites and this season we mixed the elegance of the tuxedo with a lumberjack streetwear attitude.” So said Rolf Snoeren about the elegant Victor & Rolf pre-fall collection he designed with Viktor Horsting. It was all about masculine, angular lines paired with soft, feminine fabrics, as demonstrated on a cozy checkered mohair coat worn over silk and wool dégradé cigarette pants. Meanwhile, checkered organza details on sleeves added a bit of quirk to a cotton poplin shirt, worn under a fitted silk wool tuxedo jacket with silk pinafores.

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