From light to dark and from suits to sweaters, the season's sharpest monochromatic looks prove that gray matters now more than ever.
"Gray always seems to make things feel a bit more sartorial. It has been in every collection since I started. I'm not so into black, but I love a dark gray. I also really love this very pale, hazy gray Italians call nebbia, or fog."—Michael Bastian, Designer
For more tone-on-tone looks, click through our Keep it Monochromatic slideshow.
From left: Coat ($1,995) by Calvin Klein Collection, sweater ($850) by Brioni, shirt ($306) by Officine Generale, pants ($502) by Margaret Howell, shoes ($790) by Church's. Blazer ($925) by L.B.M. 1911, sweater ($495) by Ami, pants ($385) by Michael Bastian, shoes ($60) by Converse. Sweater ($965) by Dries Van Noten, T-shirt ($85) by Jean Machine, jeans ($350) by Simon Miller, shoes ($398) by Common Projects. Suit ($2,275) by Dolce & Gabbana, shirt ($325) by Burberry London, tie ($200) by Bottega Veneta, shoes ($485) by Boss.
—The Details editors.