This Fall all the fashion lovers were presented to this male style.
This fashion trend is not only about dressing like a man, 
it is about dressing like a dandy.
Take a look at this pictures:

The pictures above are examples how a dandy would dress up. 

A dandy is "a man who places particular importance upon physical appearance
refined language, and leisurely hobbies, 
pursued with the appearance of nonchalance in a cult of Self" in Wikipedia.

"Historically, especially in late 18th- and early 19th-century Britain, a dandy, 
who was self-made, often strove to imitate an aristocratic lifestyle despite coming from a middle-class background" in Wikipedia.

Check out this link to know more about a dandies!

The lady version of a dandy was seen around some of the most important runways of the Fashion World. Jil Sander presented overcoats and Hermés, Donna Karan, Prada and Stella McCartney went for the matchy suits. Hermés and Donna Karan took the trend even more literally putting some top hats on the models' head. Fancy, hun?

From left to right: Jil Sander, Hermés, Donna Karan, Prada, Etro, Stella McCartney and Prada.
All pictures from Style.com

And as usual, here are some pictures of separate clothing 
related to the dandies' style:

1 - Balmain; 2 - Faith Connexion; 3 - The Row; 4 - Miu Miu; 5 - Marni; 6 - J.Crew; 
7 - Yves Saint Laurent; 8 - Marni; 9 - Jil Sander
All pictures from Net-a-porter.com 

Summarizing, dressing like a dandy is wearing nice blazers or coats that end right above your knee, a great pair of moccasins and nice patterned or unpatterned straight pants. A top hat is an accessorie that a person who is okay with taking risks should use. It is not essential. Remember to stay true to your main style. 
Nice shirts underneeth the blazers are a must.

Have a nice weekend!



This collection, when it comes to colours, does not scream Summer, but the satin pieces help refreshing this collection which is so rich in autumnal colours.

Beige and cream, different  greens, oranges, blues and black 
were the colours chosen by this brand.

The Nicholas K woman for next summer is someone whose style is easy, 
relaxed, but also chic.

The majority of the pieces is fluid, not to tight, made of light materials 
and has a charming movement.

To slightly define the silhouette there are some looks styled with a thin belt.

About the anoraks, I love what Maya Singer says about it on Style.com: 

"Elsewhere in the women's collection, Kunz largely reiterated her recurring themes—lots of draping, and lots of experimentation with parkas and anoraks. (Is an anorak still an anorak when it has a poncho-like draped knit body? Comments welcome from any philosophy majors reading this.)" 

Even if there isn't a concrete definition for that, the truth is that it rocked the runway. 
But wil it rock the streets?

All models had their head covered with some sort of berets and their forearms were covered with sleeves for forearms.

Even though it is not a collection for everybody, Nicholas K has enlarged the number of its fans.

 Pictures from Style.com

Have a nice Weekend!