These will make sure you don't blend into the background.
FOR ALL ELEMENTS
Once, polyamide fabric was used to make army supplies such as parachutes. Today, much-improved versions of the material are used for gear across industries, as well as coolly durable outerwear like that shown here.
Polyamide coat and polypropylene knit turtleneck, from Prada.
IN THE FIELD
Elements of a safari jacket and a trench coat come together in one smart statement piece that looks great in the wild and works even better in the urban jungle.
Polyester trench coat and trousers, from Louis Vuitton. Leather boots, from Dior Homme.
IN PLAIN SIGHT
Some fashion-forward women wear animal print so much, they consider it a neutral. When it comes to men, we say the same could apply to camouflage print. Abstract takes, as seen on this jacket, elevate the classic motif.
Viscose and polyester jacket and viscose and acetate trousers, from Emporio Armani.
THE NEXT LEVEL
Originally created for fighter pilots, the bomber jacket has become a bona fide menswear staple. Unusual details – lace-up fastening takes the place of a zipper – keep this one from being boring.
Cotton blouson jacket, cotton poplin shirt, and linen and cotton jacquard trousers, from Dior Homme.
Thanks to its military and blue-collar associations, the jumpsuit has somewhat of a rough-and-tough appeal. Here, an outsized collar adds just the right dose of stylish flair to a two-in-one piece.
Cotton jumpsuit and jersey tank top, from Issey Miyake.
Unexpected layering has become the new normal. When in cooler climes, skip the topcoat and top a blazer with a sporty bomber instead.
Nylon jacket and cotton top, from Coach. Wool blazer, from Boss.