With the nights drawing in, Top Man has gone global in search of great new looks for autumn and winter.

Created with the harsh Nordic winters in mind, Malmo Icelandic consists of a selection of stylish heavyweight outerwear intended to combat the elements. Underneath, there’s some great layering ideas including long-line cardigans and tees, creating a loose and slouchy look.

Russian Grunge, meanwhile, expands on the lux grunge trend with an Eastern bloc twist. This collection focuses on oversized flannels, slouchy bottoms and warm, military inspired outerwear. Checked wools, borg and stonewashed denim are key, seen across flannel shirts and outerwear.

Inspired by beatniks and artisans, the Parisian trend is all about oversized overcoats in heavy wools. Coats come in brushed jacquards and boiled wools, in rich tones ranging from deep brown to mustard and rust. Classic Breton prints are applied to roll necks and teamed with suit trousers to achieve an understated tailoring feel.

The final trend is Earth Goth, which layers up in jersey textures and raw finishes. Velour hoodies, oversized, long-line jersey tees, nylon bomber jackets and corduroy bottoms make up the bulk of this collection.

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