Menswear Trends You Need To Know For Spring Summer 2017

I've watched meticulously all the Spring Summer 2017 fashion shows presented in London Collections Men also, as well as Pitti Uomo (Milan Men's Fashion Week). I'm loving so far how designers are pushing the boundaries of fashion and bringing other elements from movies and world traditions into creating clothes. These are the trends you need to know from the most important designers today...

Monochrome Outfits

We continue to same color outfits, with reutilized fabrics such as leather. nylon and even spandex. Mixing all kinds of fabrics while keeping the same color is the new form of cool.

New Tailoring (Empty Shoulders & Oversized Pants)

Revolutionizing what tailoring has been for men in the last years, designers such as Agape Mdumulla and Sam Cotton for Agi & Sam are opting for empty shoulders. We're seeing more loose clothes, with more space to leave more for the imagination.

I'm a big fan for this trend especially when it's worn with some contrast, for example some big pants with a more fitted top or viceversa. because what isn't more comfortable than big clothes!

Traveler Look

From Gucci to Prada, the theme of traveling dominated the runways. With enormous backpacks, googles, pieces that looked from different corners of the world such as Asiatic embroideries and Disney explorers, you dress like different countries.

Print-Matching Looks

Men are now more open to wear all sorts of different prints. Floral is now old news and multi-color prints from the 60, 70 and 80's are now welcomed. They're used in matching tops and bottoms, full suits and even jackets. I love the openness of designers to try different prints.

Photo Courtesy Vogue.com

I will continue to add more trends as the collections are being presented.

Thank you for reading,

Juanjose Rangel

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