The cold season is here and so are the long expected fashion trends for the guys with a taste for looking awesome. The new catwalk finds are surely able to entice any man out there looking for a way to catch the eye of the viewer. The trends brought a distinctive comeback of beloved 90’s influences combined with the classic touch of prints and beloved camouflage patterns.
The New Black
Navy blue is replacing black for the classic menswear this cold season. Classic cut coats, luscious parkas cute Russian collar shirts and glamorous leather are all part of this amazingly sleek and elegant color trend. Terry Mugler, Hermes and Louis Vuitton explored the beauty of navy blue outfits and elegant designs in this color were also present in the Dior Homme collection.
If you are the upbeat kind of guy with a taste for unconventional fashion consider the men skirt. This design is far from being feminine but rather fitted for those with an eye for posh but elegant attire. Marc Jacobs may have launched the trend but Julien Davis, Jean Paul Gaultier and Rick Owens also created surprising designs.
The bad boy look is back so in case you are fond of looking hot, careless and casually chic, this is the jacket for you. The biker jacket look can be tamed if you choose a white one but if your figure allows it go for the zipper fitted design. Kenzo , Balmain and Paul Smith offer the best choices for this trend.
The stripes are making a comeback in the menswear for cold season. The striped pants are able to elongate the figure so if you are interested in the trend consider the models from Acne and Jean Paul Gaultier.
The camouflage print is back in the largest variety of color combination. Dries Van Noten, Comme des Garcons Homme Plus and Band of Outsiders explored the trend combining it with the elegance of navy blue. If you are fond of “trendy meets rebellious” kind of an outfit this is the trend for you.
One would have never expected such an explosion of patchwork designs on the catwalks. The fall-winter collections 2013-2014 offered a whole new perspective on how can patchwork make a difference in a masculine design. Louis Vuitton , Band of Outsiders and also Thom Browne created Himalayan inspired outfits, careless looking but elegant suits and interesting combinations of pastel and blue navy, all meant to make a man look amazing.