For Autumn Winter 2019 2020, it’s all about hues of brown, beige, white and grey. Neutral colours are celebrated, giving your pieces and their combinations a touch of elegance and simplicity. Earthy shades become refined thanks to rich fabrics: soft wools, lustrous silks, satin and sheer textures. This is the foundation for this season’s looks, which revolve around combining shades and focusing on cuts that bring the colour palette to the fore.
The ’90s-inspired Aspesi check print jacket goes well with a tone-on-tone look, that combines the Bonsai jumper with a pair of velvet Trussardi Jeans trousers. The shoes of choice are these Eleventy mocassins, in keeping with the colour spectrum.
This season’s key piece is the trench coat, for both men’s and women’s fashion. The look is built around Massimo Alba’s velvet piece, combined with a basic, monochrome outfit. A nod to the ’70s, the Massimo Alba turtleneck jumper is paired with cropped Entre Amis trousers and a pair of Marsèll ankle boots. The statement piece is the Jacquemus “Le Gadjo” bag, unexpected but colour-coordinated.
This outfit reminds us of a journey to a faraway land, thanks to the Baum und Pferdgarten wraparound mini skirt paired with a sheer, white Helmut Lang shirt. This combination finds the chemistry between the elegance of the fabrics and the more casual cuts. The Jacquemus two-toned boots are a synthesis of the two worlds.
The ‘garçonne’ look focuses on the sleek, white Rejina Pyo trench coat, paired with the soft grey of these MM6 blouse and trousers. Building on the main theme are the Reike Nen suede ankle boots.
Neutrals have a dual nature: by day and by night. There’s the outfit highlighting the softness of the wool, with the Rejina Pyo jumper and trousers, illuminated by the Radà necklace. Then, there’s the outfit playing on the radiance of the silk, with the Max Mara blouse and high-waisted trousers.
On one hand the graceful flow of silk, and on the other the laid-back feel of cotton: a spell uniting the casual and the elegant. The man’s outfit focuses on white and shades of cream, combining the pinstriped shirt with the cropped Rochas trousers. The look is complete with these Bally Oxford shoes.
The outfit triptych offers three versions of the best coats for Autumn Winter 2019 2020, but also three concepts of neutral combinations of browns, beiges and whites. For him, a Rochas striped shirt and trousers, to wear with the Paul Smith camel coat. In the same hues is the Max Mara women’s jacket which matches the MM6 bag in the same colour and texture. Its workmanship is brought out by the trousers and the basic blouse, both Max Mara, in the same colour.
The second women’s outfit celebrates the neutrals of the urban jungle with the Jacquemus trench overcoat and tone-on-tone Erika Cavallini shirt.