Some may not even believe in the term “casual-chic,” but whatever you want to call it, Montreal’s École de Pensée‘s Fall/Winter 2016 collection is definitely redefining something. The ensemble of casual-formal pieces that are stylishly haphazard in its presentation offer a good alternative to dressing somewhat dapper for the cooler seasons. The collection is actually inspired by menswear found between the periods of the 1920s and ’40s, with an emphasis on functionality and durability while still looking sartorial. The quality pieces employs premier materials and techniques such as knitwear with 100% baby alpaca, merino and cashmere wools. Check out the full lookbook in the gallery above.