There is no better way to please the eyes than the stylish “Men’s Fashion Week”. Throughout the world, and particularly the four major cities of fashion, men gather to pay a well-deserved tribute to “Monseigneur Mode”. New York, London, Milan, and Paris religiously dedicate themselves to the male ritual. Coming from different parts of the world, critics and influencers gather in the spotlight to admire the new men’s collections. They are old, young, beautiful, elegant, stylish!
The signal was given in New York City and Calvin Klein responded with confidence. He keeps the spirit of turmoil with a ore-than perfect mix: Western trends highlighted by cowboy boots in bright metallic colors, patchwork shirts with satin color blocks, patterns and fringes in the middle of discussion on the bridge – it means simply “do not disturb” – and plastic topcoats. Frankly, we find the collaboration with Raf Simmons has rejuvenated Calvin Klein. We congratulate him.
Rochambeau doesn’t go unnoticed with his sporty pieces in neutral tones in simple, refined cuts that reflect the art and love of fashion from duo designers and label founders Laurence Chandler and Joshua Cooper.
The Public School of New York managed to keep the bar high, but we know that we can get higher level. Other designers such as Steve Boi, Feng Chen Wang, David Hart, Kenneth Ning, Loris Duran, Carlos Campos, and Nick Graham graced the New York gallery with their ingenious designs on men’s fashion.
London designers connected fantasies, dreams and the magic of men’s style. Everything – even the unthinkable – was possible.
Burberry opened London Fashion Week in great pomp the under the strict touch of Christopher Bailey, with leading figures such as Naomi Campbell, Iris Law, Kevin Bueno, Jodu Harsh, Jean and Olympia Campbell, Cara Delevingne and Kate Moss. A variety of accessories such as baseball hats, scarves, oversized mono-boucles, Harrington Jackets, pastel shades plastic topcoats, and embroidered tulle dresses make this collection!
Craig Green, a talented British designer, made people, fashion critics, influencers and fashionistas smile with his creations. He likes volume, details, colors that sing in unison, and the unisex in uniformity.
Martine Rose emphasized a vintage theme to make the ordinary spectacular with gray satin, khaki shorts, elephant paws, and cargo pockets.
London Fashion Week is valued, and it is mainly because the designers work hard to show their talents for a demanding public, which possesses the chic and is distinguished by eccentricity, style, coldness and its charm. This season again, elegance was everywhere from the collections of Wales Bonner, KTZ, Studio M Miller, CK London, Barbour International, Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY and Studio Raeburn, making it a springboard for Men’s Fashion Week.
The adventure continued at Milan Fashion Week. Italian designers, celebrities, fashion critics, fashionistas and influencers attended the fashion events of the greatest creators who only had three days this season instead of four to offer 32 shows at the Milano Moda Uomo.
Versace, Prada, D&G, and Fendi launched the great events with legendary clutches in colors and stripes from blue, green, khaki, and yellow for a lively, stylish, luxurious masculine style without forgetting the accessories.
Ermenegildo Zegna presented its collection under the tutelage of Alessandro Sartori at La Statale University, decorated with mirrors and transformed into an orange ochre desert, a classic collection with fluent pieces, bombers, pajamas, cotton pants, and linen in carnation pink, sky blue and white.
Rising brands Dsquared, Diesel Black Gold, No 21, Dirk Biggenbergs, Moschino, and Antonio Marras made big splashes. The Italian National Fashion Chamber promoted Sulvan, Japanese label, Chinese creator Miamoran , Federico Curradi, Poan by George Weissagner, Wood Wood, Malibu 1992, Christian Pellizzari with a chic at the Milanese shows. Missoni and Jil Sander presented together at the women’s fashion show. Milan Fashion Week ended in Florence at the 91st Pitti Uomo.
Paris Fashion Week’s dedication to menswear was inspiring, with strong personality and character. Men in kilts, micro shorts, heels, chic sportswear, exotic prints, floral stripes, wedding formalwear, and luxurious leather goods.
Madeline Weeks of GQ USA voiced his opinion on the Christian Dior fashion show, emphasizing colors, modernity and chicness touch. Julien David bet on the basics like t-shirt, pants and denim. Balenciaga made a sensation with his plays. Kenzo and Balmain presented mixed shows like Pigalle, Sacai, Avoc, Cerruti 881, Y / Project, Agnes B, House of Valentino, Facetasm, Rick Owens, Depressed Rich Children, Dries Van Noten, Berluti, Lanvin, Boys, 24/4 Men, Julius, Hermès, Alexander McQueen, Yohji Yamamoto, Junya Wanatabe, and Louis Vuitton. Paris Fashion Week in all its glory!