Acne Studios' Pre-Fall '17 collection is inspired by Primal Scream frontman Bobby Gillespie's '70s tailoring - Creative Director Jonny Johansson even recruited the singer to model the brand's lookbook. Made from tactile corduroy, this high-rise pair is cut for a slim fit through the knees before opening to a flared hem. Wear yours with a half-tucked sweater and white mules.
Modern draping and vintage fabrics merge in the Dragica dress from Acne Studios.;100% cotton
The flared corduroy trousers celebrate a triumphant return with the Tessel pair from Acne Studios, designed in an autumnal burgundy hue.;100% polyester
Acne Studios' Tyme trousers come in a chic cropped silhouette and are doused in a dainty floral print for a girlish finish.;100% cotton
Acne Studios' Fall '17 collection channels the homespun appeal of artist Paul Klee's finger puppets that he handcrafted for his children in the early 1900s. Made from floral-print cotton-corduroy, this 'Dragica' dress is artfully paneled to create an asymmetric silhouette that billows at the sleeve and opposite hem. We like how the open back is framed by a draped collar. Balance the experimental proportions with sleek black accessories.
Look to Acne Studios to provide your wardrobe with achingly of-the-moment separates with a directional twist, such as this burgundy-red Juul blazer. It's crafted from soft corduroy to a flattering single-breasted silhouette with wide notch lapels and contrasting light-burgundy faux-suede elbow patches – a hint at the season's 1970s feel. The mustard satin lining provides a final flourish of colour. Throw it on with the label's wide-leg jeans.
These navy Tessel trousers show Acne Studios's 1970s-inflected mood for Pre-AW17. They're crafted from velvet corduroy to a high-rise shape with loose legs, then finished with a concealed hook and zip fastening. Take them from the office to events with a high-neck jacquard sweater and block-heeled ankle boots.
Acne Studios's Jonny Johansson taps a retro 1970s vibe for Pre-AW17, which is evident in these burgundy Tessel trousers. They're crafted from velvet corduroy to a high-rise shape that falls into wide legs. Polish yours with a tan-brown wrap belt and block-heel ankle boots.
Floral-print styles brought a playfully feminine feel to Acne Studios's AW17 runway that featured this off-white Jilva jacket. It's crafted from of-the-moment cotton-corduroy decorated with tonal-purple blooms, and has a double-breasted shrunken-fit shape with small notch lapels and cropped sleeves. Try yours with a contemporary sweater and jeans for a cool edge.
Jonny Johansson skilfully experiments with proportions to create Acne Studios’s off-white cotton-corduroy Dragica dress – debuted on the AW17 runway. Inspired by designs from renowned Swiss-German artist Paul Klee, it features mismatching details, like a high, slanted fold-down collar and asymmetric hem, and is patterned with tonal-purple, beige, and green florals. The open back adds perfect balance. Ground the fluid shape with wraparound mules.
Acne Studios' black and multicolored wide-leg pants are designed with uneven hems. This style features a floral print, a nod to the Swedish label's focus on femininity in its Fall 2017 collection. Bandless waist. Uneven hems. 11.0" rise, 24.5" inseam, 29.0" leg opening (approximately). Concealed side zip closure. Available in Black/Multi. 100% cotton. Lining: 100% cupro. Dry clean. Imported.
Acne Studios' Jelva jacket is constructed of cotton corduroy featuring a blue and multicolored floral pattern. Flower motifs appear throughout the Fall 2017 collection, a nod to designer Jonny Johansson's focus on femininity. Notch lapels. Three-quarter-length sleeves. Trompe l'oeil double-breasted button closure. Hook-and-eye closure at front. Lined with silky fabric. Available in Blue/Multi. 100% cotton. Dry clean. Made in Italy.