Menswear Goes Back to School

This season, collegiate staples — cardigans, crisp button-downs and pinstriped suits — take a rebellious turn when paired with vintage jewellery and tank tops.

Article by T Australia

cutting glass-1Dior Men shirt, and pants, dior.com; Brooks Brothers tie and boxer shorts, brooksbrothers. com; Frye shoes, neimanmarcus. com; and stylist’s own belt and jewellery. Photographs by Collier Schorr.
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Fendi jacket, fendi.com; MHL by Margaret Howell cardigan and Margaret Howell shirt, margarethowell.co.uk; Brioni tie, brioni.com; and stylist’s own earrings. Photographs by Collier Schorr.
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Prada jacket and pants, prada.com; and stylist’s own shirt and jewellery. Photographs by Collier Schorr.
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Polo Ralph Lauren sweater, ralphlauren.com.au; and Hermès pants and belt, hermes.com. Photographs by Collier Schorr.
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Ferragamo cardigan and pants, ferragamo.com; and stylist’s own shoes and jewellery. Photographs by Collier Schorr.
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Givenchy coat and pants, givenchy.com; Todd Snyder sweater, toddsnyder.com; Brooks Brothers shirt; and The Row belt, therow.com. Photographs by Collier Schorr.
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Gucci jacket and pants, gucci.com; and stylist’s own tank top, belt and jewellery. Photographs by Collier Schorr.
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Balenciaga jacket and pants, balenciaga.com; and stylist’s own tank top, shoelace (worn as a belt) and jewellery. Photographs by Collier Schorr.
This is an extract from an article that appears in print in our tenth edition, Page 94 of T Australia with the headline: “Cutting Glass”