For AW16, shown recently at men's Paris Fashion Week, Acne's head designer brought together the beauty of 1940s tailoring, the uniform of a practising artist and Swedish folklore and found a happy medium between the three. Acne has always been a firm favourite amongst people in the know and this season certainly did not disappoint.
The most 'fashion forward' item of clothing in the whole collection were organza cottons shirts that were large and voluminous with an elastic hem and a toggle fastening. These were layered under much more wearable blazers that were double breasted, almost peacoats and the odd single breasted style. Workwear pants and PVC/leather pants were a juxtaposition in the same collection. The colours of the PVC versions were a stray away from the understated grey, navy and ivory that was highlighted with pink and lavender.