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5 futuristic looks for 2016

Picking out an outfit is like picking out a car: it's got to look good, must be fit for purpose and - above all else - it must never come accessorized with a a fluffy dice.

So to mark the opening of Emporio Armani's new store on Glasgow's Ingram Street, we've picked out five cutting-edge outfits for five decidedly different occasions. 

And don't worry about these going off-trend. Some are so futuristic you'll be good until 2030.

Berets are back apparently.

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