Ermenegildo Zegna continues to perfect its casualmeets-tailored style. Here, intriguing details and a large checked pattern imbue an aviatorstyle bomber jacket and track pants with versatile finesse.
Wool jacket, wool shirt, wool turtleneck, wool jogger pants and leather boots, from Ermenegildo Zegna.
Once upon a time, the trench coat protected military officials on the frontlines from the elements. Today, it has become the outerwear of choice for chic civilians everywhere.
Leather coat, silk shirt, wool trousers and leather sneakers, from Givenchy. Leather gloves, from Ermenegildo Zegna.
THE RIGHT TRACK
With ruched details and a stylishly crinkled finish, this nylon tracksuit by Fendi was definitely meant for more than lounging in front of the telly.
Nylon jacket and nylon track pants, from Fendi. Nick Wooster X Paul & Shark cotton sweater, from Paul & Shark. Ambush X Gentle Monster acrylic sunglasses, from Ambush. Leather gloves, from Ermenegildo Zegna.
Tough and water-resistant, nylon is enjoying a renaissance. One of its biggest purveyors in the 1990s, Prada now uses the material for a utility-style jacket, while luxing it up with a touch of faux fur.
Nylon and faux fur jacket, canvas belt and leather belt, from Prada. Acrylic sunglasses, from Marc Jacobs.
ALL IN ONE
Still the uniform of mechanics and military personnel, the jumpsuit isn’t just utilitarian. For the rest of us, it serves the highly useful function of making its wearer look put-together and style-aware.
Wool jumpsuit and leather sneakers, from Salvatore Ferragamo. Mesh top and cotton socks, stylist’s own. Nick Wooster X Paul & Shark cotton sweater, from Paul & Shark. Ambush X Gentle Monster acrylic sunglasses, from Ambush. Leather gloves, from Ermenegildo Zegna.
Want to add an irreverent touch to cargo trousers and a puffer jacket? Try three instead: Distressed finishes, a trailing fabric belt and an artistically scrawled pattern. Sottes cotton coat and cotton trousers with detachable cotton belt, from Surrender. Nylon jacket, from Moncler. Metal and acrylic sunglasses, from Gentle Monster.
Leather sneakers, from Givenchy.
ART OF CRAFT
Leather-working might be gaining popularity among the DIY crowd, but the master of manipulating calfskin is definitely Bottega Veneta, as the expertly woven and laser-cut jacket on this page shows.
Leather coat and wool trousers, from Bottega Veneta.
STYLING ASSISTANT THOMAS HONG GROOMING EILEEN KOH, USING KEVIN MURPHY MODEL JOEL LUMBROSO / AVE MANAGEMENT
PHOTOGRAPHY DARREN CHANG STYLING DOLPHIN YEO ART DIRECTION FAZLIE HASHIM SHOT ON LOCATION ROGER & SONS