If this season’s array of caramel safari suits, patterned silk shirts and wide-legged trousers is anything to go by, the decade that brought us boogie nights and fondue is making a comeback. Again. Who better than Marlon Brando for inspiration? Brando shines in Bertolucci’s steamy romp, Last Tango in Paris, and it’s not only thanks to his “energetic” performance. Brando’s wardrobe — comprising a range of suitably louche get-ups — is also worthy of note. From his outsized camel coat to the expensive-looking knits, it’s spot on for this season.
Camel coat, £960, by Etro at Mr Porter. Wine-coloured trousers, £70, by Cos. Black cashmere V-neck, £100, by Uniqlo. Brown leather gloves, £120, by Hackett. Black patent lace-ups, £270, by Tod’s