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For his Fall/Winter 2015 menswear show, Patrik Ervell continued certain sportswear notes, leaning on basics like bombers, windbreakers, and hoodies. But the designer, who will have shown in New York for a decade next year, was thinking ahead with futuristic and science fiction aesthetics, pushing the clothing above and beyond. Exaggeratedly oversize trousers floated around chunky black loafers that seemed moonwalk-ready. Colors were monotone and neutral (white, grey, black, navy, and mauve to break it up), save for a white-on-blue rectangle pattern. The closing look, a purple iridescent trench over similarly shiny pants, completed the vision.
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