Even if 2020 has been an unusual year, the world keeps spinning and the seasons continue to change just like they always have. This means that, similar to previous years, we want to take a look at some of the hottest men’s fashion trends when the leaves start turning brown and the weather is still sunny but beginning to get a little cold. Here’s what is getting people talking right now when it comes to fall fashion trends for men.
In the latest digital edition of Premiere Vision Paris, fashion information was enhanced with new complementary features, including overall decodings illustrated by inspiring videos and products, and analyses broken down by theme, activity sector and market, to convey the fashion and eco-responsible influences and impacts of the Autumn-Winter 2021/2022 season.
Happiness in misery! The coronavirus pandemic is about to ruin the fashion industry and cross out fashion trends, on the one hand, but on the other, it gives us new opportunities. What kind? This is mostly about new chances for ingenuity, imagination and original ideas. For example, there is an increasing interest in color styling, adding more colors in our appearance. Some of the world's movie stars and pop artists have changed their hair to bright colors - Hillary Duff dyed her hair blue, and Jennifer Love Hewitt posted an Instagram photo of her with pink hair.
Ravazzolo presented their latest collection for Spring/Summer 2020. The Italian brand once again showed a collection with unique garments.
Tagliatore introduces ‘Extralight’ concept for or the Spring Summer 2020 season, creating super light garments and redefining the concept of elegance.
This season, the luxury brand Billionaire finds inspiration in the ultimate playboy, Jay Gatsby. The title character in F Scott Fitzgerald’s 1925 novel – and later immortalised on screen by Robert Redford and Leonardo DiCaprio – Gatsby is the original Billionaire man: a party-thrower extraordinaire, a jet- setting tycoon and a legendary style icon. Here, he is updated into a modern dandy for the new roaring twenties…
Win 1 of the 15 scholarships for the International Masters in Design and Fashion 2020/2021 from Raffles Milano
Raffles Milano, one of the most exclusive fashion and design schools in the world, which is located in the center of Milan, will award 15 scholarships. The students can receive up to 50% coverage of the tuition fee, for the Masters programs starting November Fashion Design and Business, Visual Design and Communication, Product and Interior Design, and Photography. All taught in English.
Travel is the matrix, the common trait that defines the identity of the contemporary man, alive in the photos shot by photographers and documentarists of the youth generation, imagery through the lens of style and the evocative tale of fashion. The Belvest menswear collection for spring-summer 2020 launches from this inspiration redefining that art of ease in dressing inspired by the great Renaissance painter Giovanni Battista Moroni, ongoing exhibition at the Frick collection in New York and much loved for its visionary art by the father of the company, Aldo Nicoletto.
Cesare Attolini is considered the synonym of Neapolitan tailoring tradition, worldwide. Nature. Art. Know-how. Traditions. Lost over time. Roots and sky. Emotions. The story of a day spent in the heart of the Itria Valley.
Slowness and speed, confidence and ease. A fast ride on the car, at sunset. Enjoying sunrise walking quietly along the river Tiber. Brioni keeps evolving its sartorial code while keeping true to the roots. Roman roots: an attitude towards dressing that’s nonchalant, probably a bit absent minded, and masculinely so.
A sense of augmented reality sets the tone for the Berluti collection for Spring-Summer 2020. In his continual observance of the artisanal heritage of the maison, artistic director Kris Van Assche shines an imaginative light on the features of its legacy.
Collaging colours, textures and fabrics, the latest Paul Smith collection takes inspiration from Paul’s trips to downtown New York during the 1970s.
The arts have always influenced each other, exchanging images, shapes, concepts and ideas. In particular, art and fashion have influenced each other over the years.
Manuel Ritz's journey continues in Morocco, the place from which the brand takes inspiration for the 2020 spring summer collection. An exciting journey through the streets of Marrakech and the arid lands of the surrounding desert, among the colors of the souk of Medina and the charming courtyards of the riads.
How to win a scholarship in Fashion, Design, Visual Communication or Management for 2020/2021 at IED Barcelona
If you want to start your professional future in an international environment and show your talent and creativity, you cat participate in the Scholarship Contest 2020, organized by the Istituto Europeo di Design - IED Barcelona. The contest is open for students from all over the world - under 26 years old.
Franklin Eugene International LLC has released the look book for Franklin Eugene’s latest menswear collection, FRANKLIN EUGENE TRIUMPH. A masculine color palette is reflected in army and bark greens, blues, grey, and black. Strong cuts, a clean affect and lines remain hallmarks of the brand. “With an eye on reducing the carbon footprint from creating collections, we present a capsule that fully embodies the passion, quality, and creative style affectations for which the brand is known.” noted Mr. Eugene.
Random Identities, the first independent venture by Stefano Pilati, will be Special Guest of Pitti Uomo 97 (7-10 January 2020). The collection which was unveiled for the first time by the designer in 2017, will be the protagonist of a special event in Florence on Thursday, January 9th.
L.B.M. 1911 collection is developed through a concept of casual elegance combined with tailoring quality and appeal, characterized by a high level of innovation and attention to detail. The fits reflect the latest trends and the garments are dyed by the exclusive dyeing process and special washing.
The Pantone Color of the Year 2020 has just been announced, and it’s Pantone 19-4502 Classic Blue! Classic Blue symbolizes protection, stability, peace, and confidence, as well as encouraging deep thinking, open mindfulness, and communication.
Raffles Milano Istituto Moda e Design, one of the most exclusive fashion and design schools in the world, located in the center of Milan, is allocating 10 scholarships for its International Masters in Product Design and Fashion Design starting in February 2020. The goal of Raffles Milano is to encourage young and deserving talents to complete their education in a top-level Master in Milan.
Scabal’s new Autumn Winter collections journey forward with the introduction of a new luxury capsule drawing inspiration from both the British Countryside and the urban city landscape. Wool trench coats and corduroy suits are styled together for a smart country casual look, while tailored hunting jackets are paired with cosy cashmere knits and wool flannel trousers ideal for style and warmth when exploring the outdoors.
Tiger of Sweden's Fall/Winter 2019 collection takes inspiration from a brief creative period ranging from the mid 1910’s through to the start of the 1930’s known as Swedish Grace. A period when architecture, art and craft balanced between a classic and modern expression. It was a time full of creativity influenced by the big changes that was happening in society and the world as a whole. The fall of empires, the dawn of new democracies, the introduction of universal right to vote in Sweden.
Historic brand, created at the same time as the Company, Luigi Bianchi Mantova fully expresses the sartorial taste of Made in Italy, constant stylist research and exclusivity.
Thinking about the future while looking at the past. The sartorial expression that acts as a sumptuous celebration of fabrics and cuts, perceptions and elements in a complete balance between tradition and innovation.
The new collection from Remus Uomo for autumn/winter ’19 has been informed and inspired by a broad range of cultural and fashion influences which combine to create a unique but commercial offering for the new season.
Between bullfighters and senoras the collection by Daniele Niboli is a homage to the flamboyant charm of Southern Spain.
Looking for the latest trends in men's street fashion? Get some ideas here for your new look straight from the top menswear fashion capitals of the world.
Freedom is the keyword by Manuel Ritz that in this season plays on the reinterpretations of the classics its way: contemporaneity, liveliness, dynamism. Manuel Ritz’s DNA becomes this way first fashion and then an item, proposing for the Fall/Winter 2019-20 two worlds of reference: Mountain andRoyal Funk, which dialogue between them creating unusual mixes played on the trajectory matter-texture.
Apulia and Salento with their colours and perfumes inspire again Spring-Summer 2020 Angelo Nardelli collection.
The unique value of each Cesare Attolini garment lies in a series of meaningful details. Each garment is made entirely by hand in the Casalnuovo tailor’s shop, on the outskirts of Naples. It takes 25 to 30 hours to make a suit.
The journey, or rather the desire to travel, is the peculiar character of our times. A window that opens upon the future, an instantaneous snapshot captured by a smartphone, or a briskly multilingual chat. Belvest's menswear collection for autumn-winter 2019-2020 takes its inspiration from the multifaceted traveler of today, that in every moment of his life seeks authentic emotional luxury. A dashing style, inspired by the new ethos, where couture is casual yet of great visual impact.
In the Men's Collection for the next winter season, which bears the name of Coral Damie, Isaia's constant support and active participation in the life of the greatest Neapolitan has become creative inspiration. The colours, the soft and opulent atmospheres, both representative and enveloping which, through the neoclassical taste impressed by Antonio Niccolini at the beginning of the nineteenth century, characterise the San Carlo, are translated in-to a precious palette of soft and dense colours that tell of timeless stories, lyrical passions and intense musical sensations.
As we approach the end of the summer months, everyone starts to think about what kind of fashions might be coming in for the autumn. Of course, you will always want to stay ahead of the game, and this means that you will be on the lookout for the kind of fashion that you should invest in, so that you’re ready for autumn to arrive. With this in mind, we have worked hard to put together a great selection of fashion ideas that will see you right through late summer and into early autumn.
The Italian brand Ravazzolo presented its Autumn/Winter 2019-2020 collection. One collection full of colours of fall - brown, beige, grey, orange and burgundy.
Men that explore methods that allow a freedom of being and of definition. Masculinity that fluidifies.
Tartan occupies a major role in Fall/Winter 2019-2020 collection of Gabriele Passini. Taken to n-th degree, it crops up on jackets, shirts, coats, scarves and capes, inspiring top-to-toe looks with authentic old English undertones where the time honoured Scottish plaid has found its way onto Italian semi combed flannel which are unlined and featherlight.
Welcome to The Grill, Manhattan’s ultimate destination for luxurious, stylish dining and entertainment. A mid-century midtown pleasure palace designed by Philip Johnson and Mies van der Rohe, covered in French walnut walls and Lee Krasner paintings, and filled with historic atmosphere – this is where JFK came to celebrate after Marilyn Monroe’s breathy rendition of Happy Birthday. So, where better in New York for the powerhouse Philipp Plein Group to stage its 20th-anniversary show?
This designer has long proven himself the king of smolderingly confident luxurywear. And this collection, with its color scheme of glinting noirs and icy hues, its leather accents and sleek accessories, and its focus on ultra-dressy outerwear, reverberated through the company’s slick Milan showroom with just as much of that vaunting Ford allure.
The Fall Winter 2019 collection is born out of a dynamic synergy. By fusing tailoring tradition with contemporary informal style, and business affairs with moments of leisure, it marks a sartorial evolution through the use of technology and soft-wear.
Symbolically, crossing a door means crossing the border between one world and another or accessing a different time. The door is often associated with complex and symbolic meanings: one of the most widespread is linked to the idea of “passage”, a concept rich in meaning, charm and mystery.
Know how to say colour in 18 different languages? We do. And this year, it seems the French do too. Trendhim`s Colour Report ranks Europe’s most colourful countries.
The Fall/Winter 2019 collection serves as a meta take on Berluti itself: patina, the signature colouration of the maison’s classic leather shoes is illuminated in new light. Captivated by the old marble tables at which craftsmen hand-dye the patina of shoes in Berluti's manifattura in Ferrara, Kris Van Assche paints his collection in the multi-hued stains of their surfaces. A wealth of reds, yellows, blues and greens saturates garments in rich colour, no two the same. The dye-splattered marble is further interpreted in print on silk shirts and nylon bags structured in exotic leather.
The menswear of Belvest for Spring/Summer 2019 leaves the room of comfortable certainties to explore a territory at the boundaries of tailoring, the multiform space where patterns, prints, details describe the mutated sensitivity of the male universe.
The clothes in the Men’s Spring/Summer 2020 collection of the brand Franklin Eugene are light, bright, airy with a balanced array of full leg, skinny, and standard width trousers. We can see the juxtaposition – for every buttoned-up shirt there is a shirtless suit. We can almost taste and smell the citrus.
The Italian Historical Fashion Brand organized a glamorous Fashion Runway and Awarding Ceremony “UNDER THE TUSCAN RAINBOW” on 12.06.2019. Top designers from Russia presented their collections at Cantarelli Fashion Week on 12.06.2019. Russian designers will produce their collections in Tuscan tailors and factories. Cantarelli’s goal is to attract world markets for Made In Italy products. Over 200 Industry experts from over 30 countries attended the event.
Anything but black - such are the fashion trends every year at Pitti Uomo. And while the trade fair has to offer a lot of sportswear, the influencers still stick to dandy style and dress with high quality suits, ready to be shot and present their attire on the social networks. So many ellegant men in one place - it is possible only at Pitty Uomo!
Franklin Eugene International LLC had a fashion presentation June 17, 2020 in Milan, Italy. The fashion house showcased designer Franklin Eugene’s latest menswear collection, CITRUS. The collection is inspired by a CITRUS color palette that includes lime green, lemon yellow, vibrant orange and tomato red. Stitched with fabrics that include organic cottons, silks, and wool, this collection is Franklin Eugene’s take on incorporating citrus inspired colors and prints into a Spring/Summer menswear collection. The clothing is light weight, comfortable, soft, and sun, surf, and sand ready. The collection remains true to Mr. Eugene’s signature style affections - clean lines, strong cuts, and fantastic finish work. Once again, we see Mr. Eugene lean forward and innovate with our first look at what is likely to become a brand fan favorite the FRANKLIN EUGENE TRENCH SHIRT (a range of shirt designs inspired by the trench coat).
Marco De Vincenzo returns to Pitti Uomo as the Pitti Italics Special Event for this 96th edition. Recognized as one of the most innovative voices on the fashion scene, the designer will launch his first menswear collection. The Marco De Vincenzo Spring/Summer 2020 men's collection was presented with a fashion show at the Tepidarium del Roster.
Givenchy wase the Guest Designer at Pitti Immagine Uomo 96. Clare Waight Keller – the British designer and artistic director of the LVMH group maison since spring 2017- presented the new menswear collection from the brand that is an icon of French elegance with a special event.
In the late 1960s, a keenly resourceful Paul Smith would charm expert tailors in his hometown of Nottingham into deviating from their norms, cutting him one-of-a-kind clothes in unfamiliar fabrics. A pair of curtains would be transformed into a hand-made two-piece suit.