Kenneth Cole experiments with daring fabric alliances for Fall 2013. You’ll see exaggerated pairings like fleece on fleece, puffy on puffy but also some mixing and matching of unlikely friends—puffy with leather (is this a call for cross-taste tolerance?). There’s also cool bi-fabric creations, like a charcoal wool jacket with a shiny, white plasticized front panel. The collection skews towards the dark side—in color (midnight oil, plush obsidian, charcoal and some maroon and dark brown) and in vibe. The more casual looks read day to night, and the edgier ones are made for night into the twee hours of the morning…Definitely not bright and early. The show? Right this way…
Kenneth Cole's classic/sporty version of this seasons's double jacket layering trend.
The jacket is a sharp example of fabric cocktailing
Get the jacket for that wet look.
Eccentric black, white and grey.
Your night suit.
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