It's time for us to look back at the new styles that will be coming this fall. Warm up your wish lists and prepare to be wowed by the top trends of this autumn.
The Limits of Control was released by Jim Jarmusch almost a decade ago. It seems that a bunch of designers have gotten a special edition of the Blu-Ray to celebrate. The iconic sartorial look of the film - the sharp,MCM Women Hats Outlet
tonal suits Isaach de Bankole wears in the film, which are always coordinated to his surroundings – was seen on the AW19 runways. Everyone from Valentino, Berluti, Craig Green, and MSGM delivered colourfully complementary looks.
This trend is part of a larger revival in traditionalsmartmenswear. (See also: grey) You don't need to wait until next winter to try this. Grab a suit that's rich but muted (brown, teal or powder blue, for example) and pair it with a shirt in jewel tones from the same spectrum. (Or reverse this, and go with a jewel-toned two-piece with a more subdued button-down. To keep it simple and clean, skip the tie. Or, swap out the shirt for an Off-White tee, roll-neck or tee, as shown in the image.
Welcome to the jungle. You can also call it a savannah. Or arid desert landscape. Animal prints are back in style for AW19. It's no surprise that tiger patterns are everywhere during Men's Fashion Month.
Dior (with its white tiger-style oversized scarf) and Neil Barrett,MCM Women Backpacks Outlet
who went full Kat Slater on that leopard print number pictured above), were just two of the designers to embrace the wild side this AW19. The trend is a nod to the current safari-park look in womenswear, and also taps into wider trends such as grunge, print clashing and more. We expect to see animals on many of our favorite garments this year.