Fasting forward to Fall/Winter 2015.


Landeros New York FW15 collection

is the perfect mix of gritty, all-black goodness constructed of the most luxurious fabrications thought possible. I wanted to touch every piece when I saw it at the showcase, because not only were the clothes inviting so were the models too. Landeros perfected what I believe is the ultimate wardrobe this Fall/Winter with a tangible quality that will make you a true believer upon first sight.


Asaf Ganot FW15 collection

sent a legion of James Bond-caliber daddies down the runway to demonstrate one thing: Fashion and style are ageless. With enough shearling to match the attitude and bravado, the overcoats are stunning and sublime from every angle. But truly the mastery in this collection lies in how well every piece is expertly crafted and styled - the layering game is on another level. There's no denying how simultaneously wearable and show-stopping the collection is.


STONE's FW15 collection

exhibit definite signs of a newcomer but one with staying power. I was particularly taken away by the streamlined, minimal aesthetic that is a subtle nod to some of

Acne Studio's

most iconic pieces. Those high-collar turtlenecks had me convulsing, while snapping away, with excitement. While I've averted polos over the years, their hybrid version of a short-sleeve button down/polo shirt makes the category worth revisiting.


Perry Ellis' FW15 collection

surprised me in every way possible. I couldn't be more excited to see Perry Ellis, an iconic American brand, transformed in such a modern way with sharp jackets, vibrantly graphic knitwear and luxe basics. It's truly breathtaking to see a brand, steeped in traditional tailoring, take such a radical departure and bringing it to greater, even more elevated heights.

Photography by Tommy Lei and

Luke Meagher