Winter’s accents offer exciting design twists and reinterpreted classics in new shapes, colours and textures
Money, sex and power. If we thought those leitmotifs from the Eighties had been dispensed with by a tattered global economy, never to be revived (or at least not for the foreseeable future), we were wrong. The Autumn-Winter menswear collections were all about upgraded extravagance. And there is no better way to upgrade than with your accessories.
The Autumn/Winter menswear collections saw a new definition of the well-dressed gent. Dressed up also no longer means a dress shirt and a pinstripe suit; a jacket just doesn’t cut it without a silk pocket square; a tie needs the glint of a tie bar; and shoes and belts occupy sartorial centre stage.
From hats to baubles, winter’s accents offer exciting design twists and reinterpreted classics in new shapes, colours and textures.
It’s time to experiment. It’s time to upgrade.
Compiled by Antara Motiwala and Tanya Vohra
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