Christopher Kane's FW14 collection

is by far my favorite this season. I am falling in love with the drop shoulder, boxy silhouettes as well as the whimsical take on fluffy sweaters and printed pullovers. It's fashion through the microscopic lens as alluded to by the molecular designs, and a projection of what the futuristic dandy might look like.

Mark Thomas' inaugural collection for

Joseph's FW14 presentation

was the epitome of minimalism with a strong, street style influence. Nothing says luxe comforts like combining the skinhead culture of London and having it collide with French sophistication.

Andreas Melbostad's first-ever menswear collection for

Diesel Black Gold's FW14

was nothing short of extraordinary. Diesel Black Gold is a guilty pleasure, at least in my book, with its over-the-top, fur-laced jackets and shameless, flashy trousers. The collection did have its pared-down moments, however, with restrained moto-style jackets and classic knitwear. An all-white turtleneck is a definite on my wish list for next Fall/Winter.

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