The 20 men’s fashion trends for spring-summer – Part 2
11. LEOPARD PRINT
The wild print comes out of its hinges. Leopard you want it, in color gradient at MSGM or in a bold vinyl at Versace.
- LEATHER PANTS
A rock wardrobe classic initiated by Jim Morrison, Iggy Pop and Freddie Mercury, imagined in all its forms this season.
- COLOR SHOOT
It’s a fact: the emblematic tie and dye of the Woodstock era hasn’t said his last word. He was seen in a total underground rave look at S.R. Studio LA. CA. in an arty camouflage look over XL pants at Rochas or in an explosion of paint at Valentino.
What if we dared the extra long one? That’s the bet Demna Gvasalia made for Vetements, Raf Simons and Fendi.
- MICRO SHORT
This is probably the must-have of the season. The very (very) short self-proclaimed must-have of the summer men’s wardrobe.
- FORWARD TWIST
Next summer’s statement mode? Men strip -partially- and reveal one of their resolutely masculine assets: their torso.
With a formal or more cocoon-like look, the madness of the striped suit – already spotted on several shows of the last two seasons – continues at Celine by Hedi Slimane, Casablanca or Chalayan.
Dare absolute transparency: unveil while remaining hidden, or the ultimate fashion leitmotif seen through the silhouettes signed Ludovic by Saint Sernin, Dior and Louis Vuitton.
The designers set the tone of a brilliant season with satin, moiré and colorful materials. Seen at Kiko Kostadinov, Dries Van Noten and Loewe.
- ULTRA-FUNCTIONAL BAGS
In addition to being ergonomic (champagne trunk designed with Rimowa for Dior, couture basket for Fendi…), the bag is elevated to the rank of a work of art. Almost sculptural pieces, like the audacious patchwork by Virgil Abloh at Louis Vuitton.