Looks We’d Steal from the Fall 2018 Menswear Shows

Borrowing from the boys never looked better

When it comes to fashion, nothing is ever really off-limits. Case in point: the fall/winter 2018 menswear shows were full of pieces any woman would love to see hanging in her closet, from floral trousers to chainmail jackets to embroidered sweaters. Below, all the looks we’re lining up for our wish lists. 

Alexander McQueen

We’d wear this embroidered paisley sweater over black skinny jeans for a deconstructed take on classic monochrome.

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Haider Ackermann

We may not see Timothee Chalamet rocking this look from his favourite designer anytime soon but we’re sold on those floral motifs for our own wardrobe.

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MSGM

Baby pink corduroy pants fall into the category of Things You Don’t Know You Want Until You See Them.

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Thom Browne

Who doesn’t love the idea of wrapping themselves up in a cosy rib-knit puffer?

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Kenzo

Pastels meet athleisure—yes please! We’d rock this floral zip-up hoodie with anything from white denim to matching lavender trackpants.

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Balmain

A statement piece if ever there was one, this chainmail jacket will singlehandedly lift any outfit from fine to fire.

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Valentino

Is it a coat? Is it a cardigan? Either way, we’re sold.

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Louis Vuitton

Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell’s logo trenches may have been all over social media but given a choice, we’d nab ourselves this shimmering metallic coat (and grab a pair of those monogram leggings while we’re at it).

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Dries Van Noten

Tuck this trippy shirt into a pair of high-waisted trousers for a dose of retro cool.

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Fendi

Logo fiends out there will love this ‘90s take on the shearling aviator.

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