Taking style cues from the British railway uniforms of the ’60s (think perpendicular collars and elongated trousers), the presentation also highlighted a new coat shape - a big triangle - which felt like a high-fashion poncho in palettes of orange, gray/blue, and purple. Styled with loose-fitting pants, circular scarves, utility-like shirts, and blazers cut to slouchy, relaxed shapes. What can be seen as a cozy, well-rounded collection, the presentation also featured some padded 3/4-length shorts, fine-gauge knitwear, and a forest green, fur-lined jacket.
Check out all the looks in the gallery above.
In other fashion week news, here's what John Galliano showed for his first ever men's collection at Maison Margiela.