Men’s Fashion Trends as Seen at New York Fashion Week
Men may not be into to the latest fashion trends unlike women, but there are some key trends that appeared at the New York Fashion Week for men.
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Black and White
There is nothing new to the black and white trend but there is a reason that these classics look is a go to. Black and white is accessible colours that create a contrast and are able to highlight a smart design. In the spring collection black and white showed that it could be worn both as subtle and bold.
Public School went for colour blocking for a dramatic effect, whilst labels like General Idea and skingraft contrasted with a trim making a subtle but powerful effect. Timo Weiland showed how you could create a power ensemble through layering.
Over the last couple of seasons the word urban is being used more often. Urban styles take their inspiration from the popularity of street wear and aims to combine a high end, sporty and youthful style with the sophistication of the luxury market and casual attitude of the street.
Black will dominate in spring with a mix of loose fits and more tailored fits. Shorts were seen in various lengths and fits, but the highlight was the jacket whether it is a bomber jacket or sweatshirt that has been reinterpreted.
Men do not just want to wear tailored suiting and want a world of comfort and style. Designers matched relaxed fits with various proportions and versatile pieces.
Siki Im went for the wide cut of luxe trousers and Billy Reid showed a playful take to prints and masculine colours.
Robert Geller and Richard Chai kept the energy going with bomber jackets, joggers, shorts, printed shirts and other contemporary essentials.
Michael Kors embraced the relaxed feel of the season and the nautical trend with navy nautical stripes and furnished raw denim jeans with a straight cut.
With Lacoste there was fun with blue graphic prints. J. Crew and GANT Rugger came out with casual fashions that are easy to wear but with an air of smartness to them. Lucio Castro made a reference to the nautical trend with a romanticized summer vision.