Skin is officially in for fall. Don't worry, boys, you don't have to bare it all. The runways were practically lined in hides. Leather, both real and of the man-made variety, came down the catwalk in droves. Neil Barrett and Prada both showed leather (and perhaps pleather, PETA people) tops. Gianfranco Ferré went for some classic rough-and-tumble pants. Alexander McQueen opted for something different, of course, with a brown butcher apron. And who could forget Gucci's all-leather jumpsuit? So leather daddies, save up: Come next season you've got a lot of shopping to do.
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