Italian designer Romeo Gigli must have been watching a lot of "Starsky and Hutch" reruns when he designed his fall menswear collection. The leather jackets, stovepipe jeans, and wide leather belts with double rows of grommets scream '70s cop series.
How about this red and oh-so-retro sportswear as seen on this model strutting down the runway in Milan. The red double-breasted leather jacket for $1,350 was thrown over a layered look of red wool turtleneck for $225 and red-and-black corduroy checked shirt for $250. All of this layers over the shrunken, hippie-esque, tie-dyed V-necked Gigli signature sweater for $345. Besides sweaters, Gigli also tie-dyed corduroy sport jackets for this collection.
The plush red cotton moleskin stove pipe pants, for $275, were shown with a two-inch black leather belt studded with double rows of grommets, made strictly for the runway. The black designer shoes can be bought for $325.
The menswear Romeo Gigli collection can be found in the Los Angeles area at Traffic, Maxfield, Barneys New York and Saks Fifth Avenue Men's Store.