MISTERGENTLEMAN's 2017 Fall/Winter Range Pushes Creative Clashing

Wisely done with colors and patterns.

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MISTERGENTLEMAN continues the mix-and-match aesthetic with its 2017 fall/winter collection. The Japanese fashion imprint has a way with combining tailored garments and street-ready pieces — think blazers and knits matched with parkas, sweatshirts and track pants. The newest lineup also pushes unorthodox color combinations that include blues, pinks, bright greens, yellows, and reds to name a few. Fabrication is also key to the clashing looks: leather is mixed with denim, flannels with shells, and nylons with tweeds.

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