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Gone are the days of stuffy menswear. Whether you're crunching numbers in a cubicle or sipping rose in an oyster bar, the only rule now for dressing well is to dress like you. But with freedom comes choices, and too many choices can make even the most daring guy stick to his go-tos. That's why we've assembled this guide to fall fashion 2016: because like any good tastemaker, you should feel confident and inspired--and always ahead of the curve.
From the effortless luxury of Bottega Veneta to the retro eclecticism of Gucci to the glittery detailing of Ermenegildo Zegna Couture, these pieces will take your wardrobe to the next level. Some designers have embraced the whimsical (see Prada's bid for disheveled-sailor chic); others are calling for good old-fashioned badassery (that stalwart of rocker cool, John Varvatos). Even Mr. American Classic himself, Tommy Hilfiger, is taking risks and breathing new life into sportswear. With choices like these, it seems being stylish has never been easier. So what are you waiting for?
This page: Coat, $1,898; Sweater, $398; Pants, $598; Scarf, $298; Gloves, $228, all by John Varvatos
Photography by Heather Sten. Styling by Michael Cook. Groomer: Siobhan Benson. Models: Daniel James and Will Moterlle at Request model management
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