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  • Add August Strindberg to your reading list – the Scandinavian playwright’s dandified attire, all Swedish military peacoats and long Victorian dress shirts, is the predominant inspiration for Acne’s collection.
  • Raf Simons said he’d emblazoned his knits with Puss In Boots because he’d become fascinated by the resilience of cartoon characters in the face of endless setbacks. Road Runner nemesis Wile.E. Coyote is also a favourite.
  • Hedi Slimane
    People will be talking about J.W. Anderson’s controversial runway show from now until next season, so it’s time to decide where you stand on the men in strapless tops and frilled shorts debate…

is back and Jamie Hince is his man of the season - esteemed critic Tim Blanks called The Kills front-man (and Mr Kate Moss) the ‘rock avatar’ Hedi Slimane was channelling in his first menswear collection for Saint Laurent.
  • The prize for using headgear as a conceptual styling devise is a straight-up tie between rising English star Craig Green and perennial Danish maverick Henrik Vibskov, with Ann Demeulemeester in hot pursuit.

  • Tailoring is iconic as ever at Dior Homme , this season the razor sharp fit and futuristic sleekness of Ethan Hawke’s wardrobe in sci-fi thriller Gattaca inspired Kris Van Assche’s signature suits.
  • Love in a cold climate is… shearling. Maison Martin Margiela had the most inventive take, using it on the outside of a bomber jacket rather than the inside.
  • Christopher Raeburn, Lee Roach, Sibling and Shaun Samson - Remember these names. They’re the hot young British designers re-inventing heritage fabrics, sharp silhouettes, eye-catching knits and high-fashion sportswear.
  • Prepare to go native – Burberry’s animal print take on the classic trench looks set to be a must-have piece.
  • Looking to the street style of fashion week, there are only two things you simply have to be wearing right now – a big scarf and a beautifully crafted backpack.
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