Monitaly Indulges in Leopard Prints and Layering for FW18

Plush neutrals from Yuki Mastsuda.

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For Fall/Winter 2018, Yuki Matsuda‘s Monitaly takes a turn from last year’s stark monochromes by diving into a chapter of heavy patterning, with a particular focus on the leopard print.

Monitaly’s earthy palette of browns, tans, olives and navy continues in FW18, amplified by plush layering that offers contrast via material texture and varying animal and nature prints. Classic menswear outerwear silhouettes are accented with fur detailing and neat tailoring, while staple all-beige and all-black outfits offer more accessible options.

Check out the Monitaly FW18 collection lookbook above and head over to Union Made to shop the range.

For more seasonal collections, take a look at Harry Styles in the Gucci Cruise 2019 tailoring campaign.

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