Stephane Ashpool's label Pigalle has been getting a lot of love lately. Having already turned Paris' basketball courts into a technicolor dream, the French label released a vintage-feel lookbook with renowned photographer Paul Rousteau.

The new series appears to be a contemporary twist on the Congo Dandy aesthetic, fusing orange, purple and red tones in longline cuts and tapered bottoms. The color-block blazers with high collars and oversized sleeves overlap the stripe detailing on the tuxedo-style trousers, giving the autumnal collection an elevated smart-casual feel.

In conjunction with these cuts, warm textures and fabrics make this series a perfect combo for mix and match layering this winter season. All captured in color-rich polaroid shots, Rousteau's eye brings out the elegance in the brand's streetwear style.

The Parisian brand already released a stunning collaboration with Nike this year.

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