Alexandre Mattiussi’s approach for fall was a steady continuation of his take on the male contemporary wardrobe. The designer checked off all the de rigueur references, both in the genre and his own glossary: suede and leather blousons, the duffle coat with rope toggles, the cropped trouser legs, a classic camel overcoat.

Most novel were the separates picked out of silhouettes and infused with punk notes, such as checked double breasted blazers, or slimmish crop trousers.

Well executed, no doubt, but in a moment where many are reaching for elevated versions of the mundane, this was all too predictable.

By  on January 18, 2018

Alexandre Mattiussi’s approach for fall was a steady continuation of his take on the male contemporary wardrobe. The designer checked off all the de rigueur references, both in the genre and his own glossary: suede and leather blousons, the duffle coat with rope toggles, the cropped trouser legs, a classic camel overcoat.

Most novel were the separates picked out of silhouettes and infused with punk notes, such as checked double breasted blazers, or slimmish crop trousers.

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