Creative director Sander Lak has never shied away from expressive menswear, with his designs for Sies Marjan often injecting both drama and delicacy into the line. For Fall/Winter 2020, accessible items mesh with progressive layering pieces, juxtaposing bold textiles and androgynous cuts with recognizable shapes and items.
Double-breasted suits are executed in baby blue and MC Escher-like grid patterns, complementing the boxy blazers with pooling straight-legged or pressed and cropped slacks in matching fabrics. Raw-hemmed and contrast-stitched sweatsuits upset the splendor of the suits with street-savvy grit, offering bold yellow and oatmeal mélange as a suitable partner to the star of the slouchy show: an intricately-knit cardigan and pant set, complete with self-belt. Short puffer jackets, generous mac coats and leather trench coats lent a mature counterpoint to the loungier options, tying in with the quiet quirk of knee-length shirting and velvet pullovers.