Perry Ellis Fall/Winter 2016 New York

Michael Maccari continued to put his own modern twist on the venerable Perry Ellis brand.

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His fall show offered “a new definition of sportswear” with updated proportions and silhouettes.

The opening look — a heather gray wool melton robe coat over a Lurex sweater and a pleated tracksuit — set the new relaxed tone.

While the collection was filled with the requisite tailored clothing, the models were updated with carrot-shaped pants and techno tweed fabrics.

Shearlings, luxe alpaca coats and textured knits added a refined element. A plaid bomber paired with matching wool shorts and knit leg warmers added some unexpected fun.

This effort definitely brought a new direction to the brand, making it more relevant in the fashion world, but with 46 looks, some editing would have helped distill the message.

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