This button-front hybrid is perfect for those in-between temps, when you just need a light layer to combat the chill. Valentino’s adds some southwestern spirit.
Bright flecks more commonly seen in tweed fabrics native to Ireland give some color and texture to this versatile sweater from Brunello Cucinelli.
Their deep, rich hues make these blazers from Alexander McQueen and Giorgio Armani standout options for a special evening. Go with a tux shirt and black bow tie for more formal occasions, or a black turtleneck and dark jeans for a night out.
Bare ankles have been fashionable for years, but many Fall runways saw colorful hosiery, with bright patterns like these from Paul Smith, seen with loafers and lace-ups.
Shoes with fringed tongues like this buckled-up monk strap from Prada have made the jump from the golf course to the streets, giving the protective flaps a more decorative mission.
Nylon zip jackets (this one is by Maison Margiela) are based on originals created for military pilots. The zippered and snap pockets add great function to this fashion.
Traditional Scottish plaids are adding festive color and pattern to evening jackets, trousers, sweaters and accessories. Wearing a Johnstons of Elgin tartan scarf is an easy way to add a touch of the Highland life.
The standout pieces of the season.