Rick Owens Men's RTW Fall 2010 / PFW-Day02

Following his denim-heavy, all-American romp for spring, Rick Owens said he wanted to dress a more sophisticated man and offer more tailoring – with his signature gothic overtures, of course.

“Last season had a slightly younger attitude,” the designer said after the show. “This season is a little more grownup: Something even my dad would wear.” Some dad.

Models bolted down the runway in long and roomy jackets with padded, square shoulders that added a bit of freak-chic to formal.

Even tweeds and hounds tooth fabrics made their way into Owen’s tailoring, with added shimmer lending a feminine feel.

Coats, Owens’ forte, seemed more plausible for father figures, notably a raincoat with a pointed hood, a sleeveless military parka lined with fur and a matte shearling coat that was wrapped across the chest and belted.

© by WWD / Photos by Giovanni Giannoni

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