RUNWAY: Raf Simons FW15White lab coats were littered with scribbles at Raf Simons' FW15 runway show and it set the tone for the collection - taking something pure and clinical and creating something chaotic. A raised runway allowed for easy viewing of the graphic collection of elongated vests, wide lapeled coats, and a plethora of sleeveless outerwear. This was a strikingly hard showing from Simons, whose softness is one of the main reasons for his success at Dior. Here, there were slicked up boys with attitudes, wearing slashed coats, raw edges, and plasticized outerwear. The rebellious tone of the collection harkened Simons' earlier work: cerebral and angsty. It may signal that Simons is tired of all the military-inspired tailoring and suit-and-tie trend that has been ubiquitous this season. If one designer can shift the dynamics of men's fashion, it is this Belgian designer for whom many, if not all, look to.