The AW16 Report


For AW16 Reiss menswear looks to the icons and regulars of Studio 54 for inspiration. Colours and fabrics remain light and crisp at the start of the season, but as the weather turns fabrics are bolder, shinier and are drawn from a darker colour palette.  Below discover the most important trends which will define the Reiss man for the months ahead.


Whether found in the softened fit of our blazers’ shoulders or in a smart/casual approach to styling, for AW16 it’s clear that tailoring has shaken off its strait-laced reputation.


It’s time to break free from the sartorial straitjacket of navy and black. If you’re looking for a way to inject colour into your wardrobe for AW16, plum’s the word.


For both coats and tailoring, we’re subscribing to the philosophy that two is better than one. Double-breasted designs come of age this season, skilfully fusing sharp cuts with doubled-up design.


No longer are great style and full coverage mutually exclusive. This season’s line-up of transitional layering pieces champion impeccable style and technical design - the results are excellent.


Channel the excesses of Studio 54 in a tactile and unapologetically luxurious velvet blazer for the year’s close. This is luxury that feels just as good as it looks.