HOLIDAY AT THE OUTNET
It’s the season to make memories, so if you’re one for festive meetups, extravagant events or partying until the early hours, you’ll want to start adding stand out style to your wish list. This holiday season, we’re going full throttle on late-night looks with bold styles made to stand out, even against those big club lights. Tailoring and shirts remain prevalent partywear players, but now the volume is turned to the max via lustrous fabrics, bold embellishments and striking sequins. Finish with accessories that match the same energy — luxe leather bags, gold chains and hard-hitting sunglasses (yes, you can be that guy) will complement your outfit. Think of it as an ode to your most courageous self and say yes to palpable pieces that will hold you up until the lights go out.
Photographed by Petros Studio
MAKE A SCENE
(Left) Blazer, Missoni. Turtleneck, Officine Générale.
(Right) Shirt, Brioni. Blazer, Alexander McQueen.
HIGHLIGHT OF THE NIGHT
A classic suit in a lustrous fabric will take your tailoring to new sartorial heights
Blazer & pants, Rick Owens. Boots, Grenson.
Stay suave with a supple leather bag that you can use for years
Jacket & ring, Valentino. Bag & Pants, 1017 ALYX 9SM.
STRIKE A POSE
Your shirt says a lot about you. Show yourself off in anything from a crisp, traditional piece to an extroverted brocade option — just stay true to the style you feel is the most “you” and confidence is guaranteed
(Left) Shirt, Brioni. Pants, Paco Rabanne.
(Right) Shirt, Dolce & Gabbana.
A luxurious layer will go a long way when it comes to formal dressing
Jumper, Saint Laurent. Shirt, Brioni. Pants, Paco Rabanne. Tie, Valentino. Ring, Valentino.
SHINE LIKE YOU MEAN IT
Ready for some real fun? Amp up the energy in an all-over sequin blazer
Blazer, Missoni. Turtleneck, Officine Générale. Pants, Alexander McQueen.
Senior Art Director: Liz Muller-Lee / Senior Fashion Editor: Efe Igbinadolor / Fashion Assistant: Simona Mezzina / Casting: Clio Cooper / Senior Shoot Producer: Vikki Lepech / Assistant Producer: Mia Georgaki / Hair by: Sharon Robinson / Make-up by: Amy Conley / Models: Gregory Fitzgibbon @ Linden Staub, Nino Pereira @ Supa Model Management