Alexander McQueen has launched its Spring/Summer '17 men's collection that tells a tale of travel from London to India. From bright pops of red and sky blue weaved into traditional suits to animal print paired with a more muted colour palette, the collection draws heavy inspiration from both environments. Sarah Burton has also mixed iconic cuts and embellishments from each place, into one coherent and stylish collection.

This season also expect a variety of cuts in the new collection; suits are offered in single to double-breasted and from four buttons to eight, while pants are either narrow, fitted or loose. Prints-wise, the collection includes paisley, animal markings as well as postcard-inspired pictures reminiscent of a travel journal. Another highlights of the new line is the ornate designs that are often found in fine Indian clothing, either left as a print or intricately embellished on jackets.

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