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Fashion No-No: Wild Kingdom

A trend that hopefully will die on the runway.

Yigal Azrouel Men's RTW Fall 2011

Showing his men’s wear in Paris for the first time, the New York designer sent out a collection that was heavy on layering.

Thom Browne Men's RTW Fall 2011

Thom Browne staged a lavish Franco-American banquet attended by “Dangerous Liaisons”-meets-Willy Wonka style buckle-shoed gentlemen.

Paul Smith Men's RTW Fall 2011

Sir Paul Smith said that rockers on the road inspired his fall collection - and it certainly had a gritty, tour-bus vibe.

Arnys Men's RTW Fall 2011

This Paris men’s tailoring brand broke with tradition by staging its first ever catwalk show.

Acne Men's RTW Fall 2011

The label’s creative director Jonny Johansson said the collection was inspired by the possibilities of youth.

Yves Saint Laurent Men's RTW Fall 2011

Stefano Pilati channeled trim tailoring and the Mod style for fall.

Lanvin Men's RTW Fall 2011

Technical sportswear and sartorial traditions pulsed throughout Lanvin’s collection.

Raf Simons Men's RTW Fall 2011

An inventive collection that melded futurism and collegiate style. Duffel coats, in camel and eye-popping brights, were the main statement.

TL/Mann Men's RTW Fall 2011

Dubbed “Nero,” the collection had a subdued, post-apocalypse vibe.

Bernhard Willhelm Men's RTW Fall 2011

Quirky sportswear reached a new zenith with stretch pants emblazoned with wacky, vibrant patterns.

3.1 Phillip Lim Men's RTW Fall 2011

Lim elevated clean, sporty silhouettes by what he called “artisanal” details.

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