Raimund Berthold’s artistic sensibilities always comes through in his collections. Like those before it, his Fall/Winter 2017 collection at London Fashion Week Men’s was contemporary with an inclination towards utilitarian silhouettes and references. Disproportionate outerwear comprised of textural wool knits and full-leather ensembles were key, as were street-friendly layering strategies (e.g., sleeveless jackets over draped turtlenecks) in shades of cream and Merlot. Similar to other designers, gender neutrality was showcased through maxi-length tunics and exaggeratedly wide-legged trousers, effectively bridging the visual differences between a full skirt and tailored pants. As far as high-fashion goes though, the overall volume and look in the Berthold collection is easily translatable to daily wear and is consistent with the label’s ongoing aesthetic.