Highlights include: Neil Barrett, Marni, John Varvatos, Costume National, DSquared2, Versace, Philipp Plein, Les Hommes
Neil Barrett - I am obsessed with Neil Barrett lately, I can't even pick a favourite from this line up (the second look). I am loving the extra length on the jackets in the second and fifth look. And the bombers just exude luxury. I will take one of each.
Les Hommes - This show was very on trend, the graphic lines, heavy materials, and do I see neoprene? That all black suit too, yes please.
John Varvatos - Although John Varvatos is probably the opposite of my personal style, I can't resist a nice suit. I'm not sure if you can tell, but the first one has a eggplant and green colouring too it. They are also both fit to perfection.
Marni - First off, the two looks with the toques and the layering are amazing. I could see both of those doing really well in a city like New York, while the two suits at the bottom would go very well in London. Marni has me impressed.
DSquared2 - Yay Canada. I feel like its up to the people who come from cold climates to style the people for the winter. And I am loving some of the pieces from this show. The green jacket is amazing. And all other than the bright prink jacket (which I mostly put on here because, I've never seen something so bright) could easily translate into ready to wear. The fit on the jeans in the third look is amazing.
Costume National Homme - I love khaki and black. I love a proper coat. That is all.
Versace - Pantone must have contacted Versace, how Marsala of them. Beautiful clothing though, not too in your face, just a tiny bit.
Philipp Plein - Black and white are the best colours. Take away the shoes, and you have a ton of great clothes. Favourite look is the third one, mostly because of the jacket.