Matthew Miller’s London Fashion Week Men’s Fall/Winter 2016 runway show featured stunning photo-prints on t-shirts and coats, mostly black looks belted at the natural waist, chic looks which were impeccably executed, form-fitting silhouettes, and sharp modern cuts. The palette was composed of black, gray, and wheat. Black on black pinstriped three piece suiting on a blonde girl?…c’est trés chic. The layering of a vest over a ribbed black short sleeved shirt atop a long sleeved shirt appropriately exemplifies the continuation of the Asian inspired layering brought about by K-Pop, seen for SS16, and has been threaded through FW16 LFW. A green jacket worn over a coat, exemplifies the layered look, but was surely surpassed by the gray shearling collared jacket worn over a gray wool coat.