McQ appears to be answering the call of the wild for its fall collection, with a strong emphasis on tiger prints, tempered by strong, nipped-in silhouettes inspired by historical references gleaned from the McQueen archive. Heritage fabrics got a big cat makeover, which was especially fetching in a black lacquer tiger overlay on a Prince of Wales check jacket with same-fabric fringing. Nautical Royal Navy references surfaced in flat-front sailor pants and a great double-breasted peacoat with brass buttons and shearling sleeves and collar. Edgier streetwear notes came from bomber jackets and an acid tiger print.
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