TOM* RUNWAYS DAY TWO: LOOKS WE LOVED
The combination of blue and brown on this shearling style coat helps soften a rugged look. We love the versatility of this design as it can be paired with virtually anything for an effortless look.
The details on this military style peacoat are what caught our eye. From buckles at the collar to the two-toned belted waist, this coat offered a sense of elegance and formality paired with the typical Pascal Labelle edge.
MEN’S FASHION FOR HOPE (MF4H)
We love Paul Mason sporting this three-piece windowpane suit. Playing with shades of grey and adding a royal blue tie and oxfords is the perfect way to accent this look – a step up from Mad Men!
Black and white doesn’t have to be boring. This detailed pattern suit worn by Jagmeet Singh was a standout look. The rolled up trousers paired with patent leather dress shoes added even more spunk to the overall stylish getup.
This look was full of swag. We loved this funky emerald green suit paired with a dark grey peacoat and finished with brown driver gloves and a pair of stylish round sunglasses. All of the elements of this look meshed perfectly, although unexpected.
Who would’ve thought black suede Chelsea boots, an olive green parka and a cowboy-style hat paired with blue plaid and detailed jeans would go together so well. This look was another unexpected masterpiece that we would never be able to mix and match ourselves, but North Aware certainly knows how.
Everything from XIAN’s collection was unconventional to say the least. This structured short-sleeved sweater paired with a leather long-sleeve tee and worn with a pair of shorts over black pants was an impressive way to be experimental with solid black. The zippers added an edge and the large back logo with #XIANZONE added a special personal touch.
This look was surprising, irregular and certainly original with so many different elements that redefined streetwear. The outer pockets, zipper placement, buckles, textured hoodie and sleek black bomber were perfectly coordinated along with a facemask that was an interesting contrast to this dark look.
Written by: Sanah Ahsan