See all the style trends from fashion week that all the sartorial gents should be on the lookout for.
The best thing about men’s fashion week is it never runs out of fresh ideas on how the gents can showcase their sartorial side. In fact, storied fashion houses just keep on providing the best of the best—from suiting up, incorporating vivid colors, to making a tacky cardigan look sophisticated. So, with a fashion week that’s solely dedicated to all the posh men wrapping up, we compile the top five trends you should definitely invest your wardrobe budget on.
While denim has always been a classic staple for men’s style, we’re seeing a new and fresher version of how denim works. It looks like ripped jeans days are over as denim prints and bootleg jeans are on the rise according Martine Rose, MSGM, and Lanvin.
Strip ‘Em Up
Tailored suit ensembles will never go out of style, but it doesn’t mean that it never needs elevating. Meet the reincarnation of suiting up by adding a strap-like accents like how Emporio Armani, Louis Vuitton, and Dunhill impeccably incorporated it.
Whatever The Leather
Let’s face it: fall is the best season to don a leather jacket. It’s never too cold; it’s never too hot. There’s no need to put on four to five layers of outerwear yet, which is the perfect opportunity to show off your rad leather wear. So, bring out your best-colored leathers or unique leather suits like what we’ve witnessed from Alexander McQueen, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Berluti.
If you thought the oversized trends are only for the suits, think again. Oversized cardigans are all over the fashion runways, proving that there’s no need to sacrifice comfort for style. Perfect examples are what we’ve seen from big fashion labels like Gucci, Hermes, and Givenchy.
It’s quite expected that we’ll see shearling being incorporated into the looks for fall 2020, but what we didn’t expect is how designers are breathing life into this cold season staple. From Armani’s a la Game of Thrones‘ take on shearling, Dior’s oversized rendition, to Valentino adding a pop of bloody red hue, shearling are definitely here to stay.