Dressing for the Season: Theory Fall Menswear & The Row Fall 2016 - Aesthetic Post

Dressing for the Season: Theory Fall Menswear & The Row Fall 2016

Though the presentation of these collections took place in February, the time to wear them will soon be upon us, so let’s recap two favorites . . . 

Theory Fall 2016 (Menswear)
Theory Fall 2016 Menswear

Theory Fall 2016 Menswear

Theory Fall 2016 Menswear

Theory Fall 2016 Menswear

Head of menswear at Theory, Ben Stubbington’s approach to seasons doesn’t involve of-the-moment trends or hype pieces, but instead, tried-and-true garments that are interchangeable between months and are made to last a very long time. Restraint is key, and as Stubbington comments, “there are no frills, and deliberately so.” This isn’t to say the collection is without character, citing Cy Twombly as inspiration, the charm is executed in inconspicuous sweater patterns and keen use of material. Following Theory’s hallmark of intelligent design, several of the garments are quietly inventive, from hidden pockets to removable layers, even the introduction of Neoteric, a new Swiss-engineered sport material.

More at: Theory


 

The Row Fall 2016 Ready-To-Wear
The Row Fall 2016

The Row Fall 2016

The Row is known for sumptuous fabrics, and the Fall 2016 collection upholds this reputation in a flawlessly minimal way. This is not the uptight minimalism of overcut, strict line-based design, but instead exquisite tailoring that hides the unimportant details and let’s the fabric do the talking. Coats that you can’t imagine coming from any other name were presented alongside high-waisted trousers, sheath dresses, and silhouettes that are loose-fitting and seemingly oversized, but maintained length and polish. With their line, and this collection specifically, the Olsens extend the secret to dressing impeccably, but never “designer.”

More at: The Row

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