Some of the most hyped shows included Raf Simons‘ eponymous label, Death to Tennis, Nick Graham, Carlos Campos, Palmiers du Mal, as well as menswear staple brands like BOSS, Perry Ellis, and Theory.
“We’re looking at clothing that is bigger, a bit more fluid,” Bruce Pask, the men’s director at Bergdorf Goodman tells the New York Times. “Pants that are full, shorts that are oversized, referencing late ’80s early ’90s fashion, but it’s interpreted.” In short, expect street savvy looks and althleisure trends to dominate menswear over the next couple of months.
Although skinny jeans and tapered legs are still en vogue, expect to see a resurgence of wide-legged pants popular in the ’90s. However, these are not to be confused with baggy chinos: this look requires a tailored waist with a silhouette that opens at the leg.
If you’re a gent who adds a pop of color to your wardrobe with a pocket square or tie, your options have opened up. Dare to bring color to the entire ensemble.
Yet another trend evocative of ’80s and ’90s nostalgia, the windbreaker is back as a versatile garment to wear taking you from day to night, or gym to bar.
Water resistant coats are so on point this season, whether or not the weather calls for a shower. The updated trench is practical, but the fabric also signals an aesthetic choice. The sheen that the water-resistant material provides gives these trendy trenches literal luster.
Matching tops and bottoms
Yes, sir, it is completely stylish to be matchy-matchy in your ensemble choices. And that’s fabulous, because it makes planning outfits a cinch.