The cold has arrived this way and he doesn’t want to leave at all!! Since we’re talking about winter, a trend that’s here to stay is the padded and maxi-style jackets, known as Puffer Jacket that are making the fashionistas’ heads up.
On the runway at Tod’s, the model appeared with a high collar; at Public School, the Puffer Jacket came with a very modern design, with a shoulder-to-shoulder neckline and a waist marked with a black belt, as the jacket appeared quite fat as part of the comfy dress; and at Moncler, the varnished appearance made the jacket more chic and fashionista.
Thom Browne showed that it is possible to transform the maxi-vest and blazer that are most common in tailoring into quilted styles, leaving the production looking elegant and casual at the same time.
At Versace the orange jacket is very sporty and asymmetrical – shorter in the front and ¾ in the back. The navy one comes in a pump style and with an exaggerated yellow collar.
The Coach 1941, shows an American collegiate-influenced jacket in a bomber + fur collar mix. And the second most accomplished model with embroidered patch applications.
The trend on the streets comes with very fat models, check it out:
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