As the men’s fashion weeks recently took place in Milan and Paris, the occasion is suitable to give an overview of the trends that are taking up more and more space. Especially in the last year, men’s fashion has become more permissive and the followers of the stream are multiplying. We should salute and celebrate men who rock the codes, whether in a subtle or surprising way! When the stars take risks in the biggest events, the tone is set…
Culture is the juxtaposition between masculine and feminine, modernity and classicism, tradition and individuality. Silhouettes are looser, pants are wider (and bare the ground) and sometimes the skirt overlaps them, transparency slips under the jackets, the suit has new proportions and color spreads over everything.
In the same way, let’s highlight the fashion show of the Montreal designer MRKNTN, who presented his collection for the first time in Paris. Its silhouettes cut the current in its own, skate couture way.
We especially remember the bow tie and coordinating belt on this Dior salmon tuxedo. With this detail, Seth Rogen sets the example!
Percy Hynes White
suit cape, this is what pleased Percy Hynes White, who drew the set from the Saint Laurent collection, whose shirt was replaced by a turtleneck sweater.
Nicholas Hoult achieved clever layering by composing this casual and elegant look through the color scheme. Her cashmere coat opens over a beige silk shirt unbuttoned to reveal a white embroidered blouse.
Yes, white all year round! Opting for a turtleneck sweater, silk trousers and studded sneakers, singer Maluma rocked the piece de resistance, this brown and black asymmetric coat from Grayscale.
Tyler James William
Now actor Tyler James Williams had the idea to tuck the jacket of his Amiri suit into his pants, creating the illusion of a jumpsuit, which he took care to accessorize with a gorgeous Cartier brooch.
Robert Pattinson made waves when he arrived at the Dior Homme show. He had coordinated a bomber jacket with a dress and knee-high socks.
Actor Lucien Laviscount seems to be having fun with the creators’ proposals. Here he pairs a cropped top with a pleated skirt and trousers from Louis Vuitton, all separated by chunky sneakers.
Leslie Odom Jr
Looser silhouettes are becoming more and more popular. Leslie Odom Jr. chose a soft aquamarine suit coordinated with a scarf, the edges of which are reminiscent of his moccasins and his many necklaces.
Reece Feldman opted for a creation whose pleated skirt broke the classicism of this suit from the label Egonlab. Shirt unbuttoned, sleeves slightly long and glasses in hand, he exuded style and youth at the Golden Globes.