Fall/Winter trends: plaid squares off in menswear
Friday 02 September 2011
The 1990s' most popular pattern came back in modern shapes and silhouettes during the men's fall/winter shows.
Japanese fashion house Kenzo went as far as presenting head-to-toe plaid looks, but there were also a few more subtle options: Paris-based designer Alexis Mabille showed plaid vests, and Dolce & Gabbana's trendier label D&G had blazer/bomber jacket hybrids in plaid.
Dutch duo Viktor & Rolf used plaid and tweed in many of their outfits, while Richard Chai opted for a lumberjack aesthetic and Vivienne Westwood's Red Label had plaid mini kilts and suits.
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