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Out's market editor Michael Cook picks his favorite looks from the men's collections.
"Patrik Ervell's fuzzy 'teddy bear' look was a big focus down the runway. I really loved the oddity of this plush vest layered under a suit. Also one of my favorite 'ugly' colors --mustard-- seems to be on its way back."
"This oxblood outfit was a real show-stopper: I love the ombré sweater, and the accessories made the look pop. The fingerless gloves are fab, and the hats worn throughout the collection added a bit of edge to a very wearable ensemble."
"The rise of tailored sportswear has been happening for a while now, but these baseball-inspired pants are something new, bringing a refreshing take on the current trend. "
"Jeremy Scott is always embracing the kooky and fun side of fashion, and this collection was no exception. This underwear/outerwear look was fun and sexy. It's like a fun take on oversized baseball socks. Let your inner jock out to play!"
"The graphics on this look are great: A very modern and technological vibe from the classic French brand."
"This city-boy-meets-the-Wild-West look is major! I also love the pony images printed on the shirts this season."
"With the fox fur collar, this long overcoat was gorgeously tailored and looked incredibly lavish. The thing I loved the most, however, was the chalk drawings on the back of the coat. Artist Richard Haines drew on the garments backstage before the show as a part of a collaboration with the brand. Very chic and artsy."
"Robert Geller took apparent inspiration from David Bowie's character in The Man Who Fell to Earth: Super-cool hats and gloves were the perfect accessories to these otherworldly looks, with just a dash of the mod style that turned the singer into a style icon."
"I love this fur coat. Subtle enough, so you won't look like an 86-year-old woman strutting down the sidewalk, but also strong enough to let everyone know you have an eye for one of next year's biggest trends."
"Printed, pleated pants? I mean, of course I'm going to love these."
"If you need to look like a total badass, but still keep it dapper and put together, just steal this look from Michael Bastian. I love the accessories, too: All these samurai-inspired necklaces add a bit of fun to the outfit."
"Always pushing the envelope, Shayne Oliver at Hood by Air is giving us some Diana Ross bootie-short realness, complete with go-go boots."
"Let's face it: This whole men's skirt thing is happening. What I loved about this General Idea look was how the skirt appeared to be a repurposed jacket --like one you might tie around your waist. So if you're not ready to go all-out on the skirt trend, maybe just take a cue from this look and wrap your waist!"
"Total whiteout! I love a nice winter white: People are so scared to break the antiquated no-white-after-Labor-day rule, but I think that it always looks gorgeous."
"This N. Hoolywood look feels vintage, but not too costumey, making it incredibly wearable. The slightly wider trouser leg and the almost '70s feel to the jacket are super chic and could mix into any wardrobe."
"Ombré polka-dots. Who would've thought they'd look so fabulous?"
"This look literally took my breath away! The calf-skin jacket was so beautiful, and the bright red pants add a dash of modernity to the '70s vintage feel of the outfit."
"Pleats tend to scare people, but this pant has the perfect amount of it to add a little visual interest and some room in the leg. Also, how could you not love this jacket? Full of color and life, in a usually depressing colorless season."
"I love this fur scarf. A little extra touch that makes a basic suit look like a million bucks."
"These wide leg trousers are everything! They look super luxe and are gorgeously tailored. Paired with a more structured jacket on top, this outfit has great balance."
"Fall and winter fashion bring on loads of blacks, greys, tans, and muted colors, so it was refreshing to see the bright neon pops of color in Duckie Brown's collection this season. Anything to inject those long days of winter with a bit of fun is always warmly welcomed."