In our first installment of What We Wear, we cover our favorite looks from each of the designer runway shows. Our passion goes beyond cars and motorcycles, and this is one way we are really excited to share with everyone. We are far from professionals, but our knowledge is growing as each day passes. Since the amount of shows has grown to massive numbers, we are making sure to keep it to 1 to 2 looks per show, so you are getting a weeded-through, finely selected view of all Fall/Winter 2014/15 collections.
Lou Dalton F/W 2014/15
This first look caught our eye for the wonderful shading of color. Going from a off-white infinity scarf, to the soft cream rain/overcoat, the the brown slacks and ending with the black shoes. We love that this doesn’t come off as intentional, just a wonderful pallet of color.
This second look was easily our favorite from this show. VERY nice layering with the cropped bomber over the camouflage jacket. You are going to see a TON of this “reverse” layering from designers and out on the street next fall/winter for sure. The added over-acid washed denim sets this look apart as one many will be trying to reproduce.
Lee Roach F/W 2014/15
Not a ton of noise coming from Lee Roach this coming season, but we did really enjoy the label-less blazers as well as the choice in chocolate/bronze color. Also, a ton of leather, which seems to very much be still in style for next fall/winter.
Really digging the deep teal cropped bomber here, but can’t imagine trying to copying this entire look. The strip down the pant leg takes away from the otherwise crisp look here.
We usually aren’t crazy about windowpane patterns, but this top coat proves you can away with some subtle windowpane without looking like an English chap. Also, you can’t lose with the very classic combination of navy blue and grey. Great fit and look all around.
Gieves & Hawkes Fall/Winter 2014/15
Brilliant look above with cropped bomber jacket and thick turtleneck giving “all black everything” a refined appearance that would look great coming off of a classic BMW motorcycle. Anyone else see this?!
Aw man, as big fans of all things olive green we could see this entire look in our wardrobe next winter. GREAT fit and texture on the jacket along with the slacks tucked into the burnished brown boot. Lovely details all around.
We HAD to fit in this last look from Gieves & Hawkes. Refined badassery is what this screams with, what looks like, suede top coat, deep brown boots and very clean travel bag. The mixtures of black and brown have never looked so good.
Rake Fall/Winter 2014/15
Rake taking on the popular trend of coat-on-coat with two db jackets over a denim button shirt. After the extreme cold we experienced this winter in NYC, we wish we would have thought of this earlier!
I think we’ll end part 1 here. As you can see we have a pretty wide range of interest when it comes to clothing, which we think is a good thing!
Hope you enjoyed. More soon…
photos via STYLE.com