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Out market editor Michael Cook picks his 15 favorite looks from the runway.
"So simple, and so beautiful. This look from Sarah Burton's latest collection for Alexander McQueen took my breath away. I love the wide leg trouser and the simple graphic on the all-white look, which adds a bit of visual pop to a very elegant silhouette."
"Quite the opposite of the previous look, this outfit was 100% rock'n'roll. The fun print, the leather shorts, the amazing shoes all work together to create a super cool ensemble. I have a feeling that the graphics in this collection are going to be huge next year."
"I love how this look is effortlessly chic. I feel like it's the type of outfit you should be wearing on a yacht somewhere, while continually sipping on a piña colada. The pleated pants are obviously beautifully made. Agi & Sam are two of my favorite young designers: Keep an eye on them."
"Burberry's opening look set the tone for a gorgeous collection that took classic Burberry staples and added a colorful twist to them. Mostly composed of primary tonal looks, the whole line was wearable and exciting. I just loved these shades of purple, a color that more men should try to pull off."
"This blue suit was killer. A beautiful shade of turquoise, exquisitely tailored: I know we will be seeing this suit on the red carpet next year. I also loved all the hats in this collection. Such a fun and cheeky accessory that really creates a memorable silhouette."
"This Christopher Shannon collection gave me some '90 realness! I always love short shorts, but the thing I'm obsessed with is the zip pocket on the patch sweater. It's so fun and functional! I always think it's great when a designer has fun with clothing; after all, it's just fashion!"
"The bright blue trench coat immediately grabbed my eye, but it was what the model was wearing under it that captivated me! Such an intricate and beautiful print designed on the fabric makes the ensemble look like a piece of art."
"At this point we all know that sportswear has infiltrated our daily dress sense, but DKNY did something I haven't seen yet: Pairing a traditional baseball jersey with a suit. I think it creates such an interesting neckline and gives a youthful vibe to two classic menswear pieces."
"This look is the perfect for the man who has it all: Fashionable, but not too loud, it's very chic and perfect for next year's summer parties."
"I love how this print resembles rock or gravel. It feels solid without looking constricting. A great look for someone who needs to dress up, but wants to keep it feeling youthful!"
"J.W. Anderson is a master at mixing traditionally-feminine shapes with menswear designs to create an interesting silhouette. I love the fabric and the way the oversized tie finishes the look."
"Jeremy Scott's collection for Moschino was wacky and fun, exactly what we wanted from him! I love this look that combines traditional workwear fabrics and garments, but makes a funky fashion statement by changing up the cuts and designs. All the A-listers will be waiting in line to grab a piece from this collection."
"I love a print, and these Miami '90s palm trees are so good! It's a bold choice to go big and use the same pattern for the entire look. With a great mix of colors, this outfit makes me ready for some fun in the sun!"
"This look harkens back to Steve McQueen's timeless class, and a time when men were sexy and chic. If this is what men will be wearing next season... swoon!"
"The '70s vibe of Topman's collection was super cool, but not for everyone. What I love about this look is that it still feel very wearable and modern, but rocks out these fabulous retro references with the cut of the pants and the color of the suit."