London-based menswear designer Martine Rose skipped London Fashion Week this month and instead showed her collection in Paris at a showroom. Out of that process came the house’s latest Fall/Winter 2019 lookbook that gives off a street chic, Euro-cool vibe. We’ve already seen Rose play up the ’90s rave and party culture fashion before but she gives this season’s seemingly Eastern European nightlife uniform a bit of an upgrade, especially with how she interprets the current oversized blazer trend — essentially, she goes bigger in size than most.
In addition to the overly-proportioned suit jackets, Rose also eschews conventional shapes. Some of the outerwear are intentionally abstract in construction as some close asymmetrically and even bunches at the midsection. Vintage floral prints also tie-in well with FW19’s vision of this retro look and feel. There’s also patchwork jeans, wide-leg trousers and cutout shoulder soccer jerseys that felt a little too DIY, in a good way more so. Other standouts include the cinched sleeve track tops, colorful knits and a studded denim jacket that stops just above the waist.
See Rose’s entire collection above then see Lemaire’s latest Fall/Winter 2019 range.