Helmed by creative director Italo Zucchelli, Calvin Klein‘s high fashion label, Calvin Klein Collection presents its 2015 fall/winter line. The latest additions revolve around exuberant fabrics and textures used to produce multiple suiting options and formal wear, in addition to utilizing glossy, latex material to create unique looks. Sticking to a refined color palette that consists of black, ash grey, cool grey and zenith blue, pieces include cheetah print blazers and vests layered over solid crewneck sweatshirts and prim grey trousers. Numerous looks flaunt an identical scale patterning, as seen on the overcoats with a fur hooded trim, suits and oversized topcoats. The latter half of the runway show introduced shiny latex garments, such as a black raincoat, a pilot coat with a fur trim, and trousers coupled with their zenith blue duplicates. Traditional Fair Isle print sweaters and baseball caps were matched with these latex trousers, for a sophisticated school boy look. The last looks consisted of clothing constructed from neoprene fabric, which were inspired by prison guard uniforms. Hiking boots were the distinguished footwear of choice. Check out Calvin Klein’s 2015 fall/winter collection in the gallery provided above.