The start of the new year is an exciting time for the fashion industry. Various fashion weeks in exceptionally stylish capitals are always packed with innovative designers and intriguing ideas. We are amazed by how many new trends were set this season and how many returned from seasons passed. Simple silhouettes, sporty outfits and unseen colours, this season is the one to remember. Taken straight from runway, we count down to trends that you are guaranteed to be coveting in autumn/winter 2017. From London to Paris, we present to you key trends across men’s fashion shows from all over the world.
Purple and Yellow
London Fashion Week presented vivid, un-traditional winter colours to set a trend for this season with shades of yellow and purple. Giving out an optimistic vibe, these colours are a complementary pair on the colour wheelr, and they look exceptional on the runway.
Tracksuits & Hoodies
Another London Fashion Week highlight was the never ending tracksuit and hoodie trend. Sportswear is the most popular comfort option as well as delivering exceptional style and silhouette. We are loving the innovative designs from Christopher Raeburn and Astrid Anderson for their take on the traditional tracksuit and making it perfectly runway ready.
Paris Fashion Week never fails to impress. Taken from the vivid seventies, many designers such as Burberyy, Roberto Cavialli and Gucci chose to take inspiration from the era of boldness and exceptional silhouette. Featuring vibrant reds and yellows, these exceptional pieces were paired with traditionally 70’s flared bottom jeans.
Another sporty vibe trend, the puffa jacket. Offering a contemporary silhouette, these jackets looked luxurious on the runway at Paris Fashion Week.
How to make a feminine fabric look masculine on a man. Leading designers such as Fendi and Dolce & Gabbana presented lustrous fur coats that will set a definite trend for the A/W 2017.
Wide Trousers & Long Coats
Perfect for the cold season, this trend is a definition of comfortable and stylish. Long over coats and wide swung trousers were seen from many designers like Joseph and Casely Hayford and we are loving the overall silhouette.