How to win the battle of style in military inspired clothing

There is a trend that never fades out. As military inspired pieces are marching once again the catwalks thinking “fashion as utility” is the only idea that comes to mind whilst checking out the army of men alternative possible. Of course military is not new, in fact it is an all-time classic trend which proved itself good for business. This season pea coats (originally a naval style, the P stands for pilot) with their double-breasted button stance and overcoats are demanding your investment in a range of military inspired colour palette. Black double breasted coat by Valentino, black wool roll neck jumper by Balmain, black wool and cotton straight leg trousers by Maison Margiela, bordeaux leather three buckle boots by Alexander McQueen. – Available at Luisa World Kolonaki.

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Karim Sadli and Anders Hayward for Balmain Homme f/w 14

Fine leather bomber jackets, combat boots and tailored cargo pants that parallel uniforms of yesteryear are his weaponry. As british model Anders Hayward gets ready to battle for Balmain Homme, fashion photographer Karim Sadli captures the moment in a nostalgic lookbook with styling from Clare Richardson. Military-chic is the obvious choice for Balmain’s hero. Read more