Style: Flight School

This season launches a cockpitperfect incarnation of the military trend for him and her.

 

Sure, a peacoat is classic and pays homage to the military look that may prove to live on eternally, but new service-driven outerwear has landedand is undoubtedly dominating. Led by Burberrys Christopher Bailey, the FW10 uniform-inspired invasion was defined by runways heavy in utility and leather jackets, oft shearling- or faux fur-lined, that had been given the RAF treatment. A brigade of aviators and aviatrixes seemingly channeling Biggles and Amelia Earhart stormed fashion territory in heavily buckled, wide-collared
jackets, and simultaneously, a new trend took fl ight. While a traditional bomber will work through winter, the latest takes are more rugged, skewing fl ak, and house self-contained layers that make them as practical for cold weather months as chicthough, ironically, they may tend too bulky to actually wear on an aircraft.

 

1225_488.jpgFor Her: Coffee Shop Jacket available at Mary Jane’s Central West End, 314.367.8867.

1226_488.jpgFor Him: Bills Khakis Jacket available at Mister Guy’s, Ladue, 314.692.2003.

1227_488.jpgFor Him: Ringspun Jacket available at Splash, Saint Louis Galleria, 314.721.6442.

1228_488.jpgFor Him: Bills Khakis Jacket available at Mister Guy’s, Ladue, 314.692.2003.

1229_488.jpgRobert Marc Aviator Sunglasses available at The Eyebar, Central West End, 314.367.1848.

 

Photo credit: Photos by Carmen Troesser

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