P A R I S F A L L 1 5


The Coverage ends in Paris where waistlines are continually emphasised with obi-like belts and high waisted
trousers.  Dior Homme took my two staples Leather and Denim and mixed them into traditional looks for 
everyday wear. Juun J daringly took on the high waisted lounge pant in a bootleg cut. I am hoping for a 
greater translation from runway to retail, I thinking a very 90's esque baggy cargo/denim look. 
My favourite show collection came from Carven. Clean lines and luxurious Overcoats with deep outer
pockets tied with a crisp outer belt. Hermes revolutionised the basic navy working wardrobe substituting the suit 
for other options like boilersuits and luxe sweatshirts. Taking the modern man's traditional nature with new shapes.

I find with Fall collections the focus is always towards cut and form. Colours become richer and Prints are forgotten for at 
least another six months. My picks for this season highlight my desire to own another Winter coat - a very important staple 
for any Fall wardrobe, this time one in vain like Carven which is more luxe but oozes comfort. A working Boilersuit and the
blocking a new work wardrobe with new fabrications. Practical and Sharp ideas for the cold season ahead.

Be sure to keep up-to-date with my full Fall 15 Edit on MARTAN Pinterest 

images: style.com

F A C E B O O K - I N S T A G R A M - P I N T E R E S T - T W I T T E R - T U M B L R