Pales, By Comparison

This season, men’s looks get breezy and laidback, with deconstructed designs and a palette of pale neutrals. It’s time to take it easy.

Coat, $2,795, by Loro Piana at Neiman Marcus; shirt  by Maison Margiela, at Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue; pants, $695, by Zegna at Saks Fifth Avenue; duffle, $4,300, by Bottega Veneta
Coat, $2,795, by Loro Piana at Neiman Marcus; shirt by Maison Margiela, at Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue; pants, $695, by Zegna at Saks Fifth Avenue; duffle, $4,300, by Bottega Veneta

Photography by Phoebe Rourke


Styling and artwork by René Garza

Models Tao Huang and Jon Glenn

for Page Parkes Agency

Hair by Destiny Sebreth for Estilo Salon

Makeup by Jennifer Aronson

Shot on location at Magpies & Peacocks in EaDo

Coat, $2,795, by Loro Piana at Neiman Marcus; shirt by Maison Margiela, at Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue; pants, $695, by Zegna at Saks Fifth Avenue; duffle, $4,300, by Bottega Veneta
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