GQ creative director Jim Moore hand-picks the most GQ looks from the runways—with analysis, trend reports, and tips.
Mr. Armani is famous for his gray flannel suit, but this time he’s tweaked all the details. This three-piece is a monochromatic series of mismatched grays—each piece is of a slightly different color rather than being cut from the same cloth. Also notice that the vest has a shawl collar, with hidden buttons.
The key to fall is to wait as long as possible to pull out the heavyweight jackets you’re going to have to wear all winter, and here Mr. Armani gives us a great way to delay the inevitable—with a monster scarf that you break out early in the season while keeping your lightweight jacket on. I like how the scarves are oversized but the silhouette of the looks are really slim. He did them in four perfect neutrals: Camel, gray, black, and navy.
Everyone in Milan did a version of the camel coat. This is like a camel shell, in unlined double-faced wool. I love how the coat is paired with black, which instantly makes camel unfusty. This is how the new generation wears camelhair.
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