Men’s fashion’s all-important Florence’s Pitti Uomo and Milan’s menswear shows last month established strongly directional masculine trends for Fall/Winter 2016-17. Compare your style with the trends, and check your response to our simple Catwalk to Sidewalk Survey: Will Men Wear It? Will Women Steal It? Tell us what you think.
An upmarket sportswear vibe, utilitarian and functional. Cross-body military belts over draped or double-breasted coats, bomber jackets, tailored separates and nautical influences. Utilitarian and functional details like zip pockets, contrast patches, quilted linings and shades of khaki, bottle green, cigar brown and navy.
Dolce Men’s Tailoring
Innately casual Italian elegance with long scarves layered over 3/4 length coats, bathrobe coats, turtle or rolled neck sweaters slim or slightly ample pant fit, classic camel, navy or plaids, stylish hats and put-together looks that make a dashing impression. Camel, navy, grey.
Skillful use of color blocking, patch-working, panels and artsy accents create sporty rhythm with chicly casual, with a focus on stylized outerwear and knitwear. Bright shots of color from cobalt to fluorescent orange, paired with more subtle neutrals, slightly overlapping.
Spearheaded by brands like Gucci who really swung in the 70s, hiply sophisticated ensembles with mixing and matching window pane checks, period plaids, unusual knitwear, shearling, snakeskin and fur on outerwear, hats, ponchos and cloaks, in rich retro colors: gold, plumy aubergine, dark green.
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