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  • Which of our four foolproof
    layering looks will you choose
    to get you through the season?
    Layering is one of the key trends for Autumn/Winter
    2013 and means you’ll be ready for anything the
    weather throws at you. But putting together so many
    pieces at once can be daunting. We’ve identified the
    four strongest layered looks of the season. All you
    have to do is decide which one works for you.
  • The Look: Sophisticated man about town
    who balances glamour with the street.
    His styling suggests indifference, but his
    attire is as sharp as his one-liners.

    How to wear it: With attitude and a
    disregard for the usual sartorial rules.
    Give streetwear a preppy twist by layering
    buttoned-up white shirts underneath
    graphic sweatshirts. Fabric quality is key.
    Givenchy’s glossy, knotted-at-the-waist
    puffa jackets and tactile knits exude
    luxury that even the notoriously fussy
    rapper A$AP Rocky wouldn’t turn his
    nose up at.
  • The Look: Cerebral, complicated yet
    pared-down, this is style stripped down
    to its essence for those who like fashion
    without fuss.

    How to wear it: In a monochrome palette
    – that should go without saying. Ann
    Demeulemeester demonstrates how to add
    depth to simple top and trouser combos
    with the addition of a long, buttoned
    waistcoat. Keep the silhouette clean and
    accessories plentiful, but minimal in
    design – resembling a character from a
    David Lynch film is the aim here.
  • The Look: Polished grunge for the man
    who doesn’t want to choose between
    laid-back and luxurious. This is high
    fashion with a rebellious spirit.

    How to wear it: In a mishmash of colour
    and texture, with chunky knits over
    drainpipe jeans and topped off with rustic
    winter coats and floor skimming scarves
    that are off-beat but elegant. Saint
    Laurent is currently master of this look,
    but then, with The Kills frontman Jamie
    Hince as its muse, that’s no real surprise.
  • The Look: Unconventional but cultured
    man of the world ready for any occasion
    that might suddenly crop up. His attire
    represents his adventures.

    How to wear it: With confidence – really
    commit to the look by layering trousers,
    jackets, coats and accessories all in
    unabashedly loud prints and patterns.
    Moncler Gamme Bleu takes this to the
    extreme this season with a full suit and
    kilt, seemingly channelling
    Braveheart-meets-Justin Timberlake, but
    feel free to find your own quirky hybrid.


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By Hollie Moat
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