Kiko Kostadinov presented his third collection for Mackintosh, titled '0003,' at Paris Fashion Week.

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.

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