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oki ni's autumn/winter 14 menswear picks

Now that women's fashion week is well and truly behind us, it's time for the boys to step back into the limelight. From Alexander's McQueen and Wang to Agi & Sam, oki-ni stocks some of the hottest menswear designers in town. We ask oki-ni Fashion Editor Sam Smith, for his picks of the season. Come at me boys.


Text Sam Smith

  • agi & sam

    Best Emerging Menswear award winners Agi & Sam presented a collection of Western staples imagined by a Third World community. Hence bomber jackets with flowing kaftan layers and modernised Massai prints on glow in the dark pants.  


    Agi & Sam autumn/winter 14

  • alexander wang

    Alexander Wang blends sportswear and streetwear and takes it up a few notches, creating wardrobe staples in a spectrum of blacks that you’ll never want to take off.


    Alexander Wang autumn/winter 14

  • christopher raeburn

    Flying the flag for premium British craftsmanship, Christopher Raeburn has made one hell of a shearling coat for winter, inspired by arctic explorations, dwindling Inuit communities, and possibly Game of Thrones.


    Christopher Raeburn autumn/winter 14

  • Valentino

    You didn’t think you would ever consider a cashmere, patchwork, Navajo-style hawk detailed coat, but here it is, you’re having an epiphany and you're rethinking your whole sartorial identity. Valentino can have that effect. 


    Valentino autumn/winter 14

  • Thom Browne

    Thom Browne, him of shrunken suiting fame, brings you this couture grade windowpane check jacket and matching shorts, both with all over raw seam detail. The Donnie Darko cap is sold separately.    


    Thom Browne autumn/winter 14

  • Rick Owens

    If you’ve always wanted some urban armour but Kevlar just isn’t your colour, then splurge for Rick Owens’ blush silk swat vest. You’ll be thankful when the next bout of civil unrest comes around. 


    Rick Owens autumn/winter 14

  • maison martin margiela

    The Maison Martin Margiela team are all about re-appropriation and for autumn/winter 14 the quintessential trench has had a little work done: re-imagined in this cape/blanket hybrid.


    Maison Martin Margiela

  • alexander mcqueen

    Don’t let the kilt, feather crown, and eye shadow fool you, Alexander McQueen’s heavy wool jumper is all man and all wearable.


    Alexander McQueen autumn/winter 14

  • Ami

    Designing unfussy, wholesome clothes for real men is the crux of French brand Ami, whose designer Alexandre Mattiussi trained at Givenchy and Marc Jacobs previously.


    Ami autumn/winter 14

  • jil sander

    Miss Sander might have departed from the brand and flown the proverbial coop (again), but the menswear team remain defiant with a perfectly honed collection of house signatures: knitwear, tailoring, and leather.


    Jil Sander autumn/winter 14