Viktor & Rolf



Paris: Design duo Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren designed a collection for F/W 11 based around the “new” staples of a man’s wardrobe. All of the expected elements were present (bomber jackets, suits, sweaters and overcoats), but they were created with a new man in mind — one who looks to the future just as much as he holds onto the traditions of the past. The made-over masculinity resulted in a crop of contemporary classics that were perfect for men on the move.

Color: Taupe / Camel / Suiting grey / Ruby red / Dress shirt white

Key Items: Quilted trenchcoat / Relaxed “sweat suit” suit / Cotton poplin dress shirt / Pieced patchwork sweater / Shearling bomber /  Soft-shouldered tailored jacket

Materials: Clean cotton / Nylon / Leather + Shearling / Cotton fleece

Details + Trim: Pieced construction / Quilted surfaces / Unconstructed bodies for tailored jackets and suits / Exaggerated funnel necks

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