Men's suits are not only black! Although the majority of men dress in black, there are plenty of options for men to follow the fashion trends and underline their individual style. Men's suit trends include - wool suits, blue suits, gray suits, brown suits, green suits, windowpane suits, Prince of Wales checks, striped suits, floral suits, made-to-measure and bespoke suits, slim fit suits. Men's suit trends are all those that can be described as classic and timeless elegance. Unconventional prints and colorful suits are also among the new men's suit fashion trends.
On a palette of fun, youthful colours, dominated by shades of blue, a dash of yellow, white, black and orange, Off-White designer Virgil Abloh showed a multi-dimensional look at the many ways to wear denim, adding visual interest with distressed denim, textures, knits, fleece and parachute that gels well with the quirky elements of animation, oversized silhouettes, camouflage and tie ‘n’ dye all to show-off his cool range of footwear that is a jogger and lace-up that have a chunky, army-esque appeal that is sure to liven up spring and summer of 2019.
From the abstract to the outlandish, the vibrant colours to the creative techniques of layering. Hiromichi Ochiai for Facetasm showed a collection that was every bit as eccentric as it was artistically reflective of current day global village. Including an interesting mix of different art-forms, silhouettes, styles and sentiments that evoke curiosity while hinging on folklore and the beauty of story-telling. Here’s just how Facetasm fascinated us at Paris Men’s Fashion Week for 2019.
The GmbH show was not only unique but had that special eclectic quality while being relevant, fun and fashion-forward. Designer duo Serhat Isik and Benjamin Alexander pulled out all stops, no doubt; to deliver a showing of a collection I can see many people wearing in their own individual ways. It was personalised and pleasurable.
The word “monochromatic” breaks down into two pieces: “mono” meaning single and “chromatic” meaning color. So a monochromatic outfit would consist of pieces of one color.
The next big trend in menswear was defined during this year's edition of the Oscars. Some of the celebrities arrived dressed in grey tuxedos and paid attention to their outfits. We are really tired of seeing the same outfits at the red carpet - the tuxedo, the bow tie, white shirt, high shine black shoes and the pocket square. It is time for a change!
As a home of craftsmanship, in Milan classic tailoring brands like Canali, Giorgio Armani and Ermenegildo Zegna, Prada, Fendi and Dolce & Gabbana, Billionaire, Phillip Plein and MSGM presented their Fall/Winter 2018-2019 collections. We, spotted some trends that will make the men look really stylish during the next cold seasons. See what we define from the designers' models:
There is a trend we spotted during the Fashion Weeks in Milan, London, New York, the suit had a resurgence in Paris courtesy of the trend of mixing tailoring with sportswear. Suits, blazers, and tailored trousers were combined with bombers, track bottoms, hoodies, aloha shirts, and more.
It’s hard to believe that certain patterns can fall "out of style," but then again, argyle isn’t exactly popular these days. The same fate befell windowpane check until very recently, and now the pattern’s back with a vengeance. Taking its name from the window-like wide square plaid pattern, it’s formed by two perpendicular pinstripes.
Now that winter is all but behind us and spring is just around the corner, it’s time to switch up your fashion choices. The time has come to put away the many layers that have seen you through the winter months and to start thinking about what will work best for the spring. Spring fashion is all about that feel-good factor. It’s all about getting ready for the summer when the major fashion trends of the year will become apparent.
The New Year is coming. The party is coming, too. This night is one of the most important so you should dress properly. We know that the men with style dress to impress no matter the occasion. But now it is time to show you what we found in Pinterest and took our breath when we speak about style and suits.
Summer is now officially over, winter is in full swing and our attention has turned to the colder months ahead of us. For men, its time to start adding coats, hats, scarfs, and jumpers to the wardrobe and so we have put together some fall fashion ideas for you to take on.
The latest trend in men’s suits: the Slim-fit Travel range. The perfect option for the modern man who is looking for a comfortable two-piece suit for a business trip. Its slim-fit cut enhances the male silhouette. Its wool fabric is stretchy and water and crease resistant, making it possible to maintain your suit impeccable throughout the day.
The biggest trend in menswear right now is about the perfect staple pieces, as proven by the H&M Edition autumn 17 collection. It’s the second season from H&M’s new premium menswear line of timeless pieces, building on its core belief that it’s the precise details that count. The campaign features the American artist Aaron Bobrow, a young creative who typifies the H&M Edition world. Following its online debut in March, H&M Edition will now also be available in all H&M stores that carry the men’s Trend concept, from October 19.
To celebrate Henry Poole recent highly successful collaboration with adidas Originals, we have now launched a new limited suit fabric: a beautiful 9oz dark blue flannel, made by Fox Brothers – a company whose history goes back to 18th Century, and which is famous for developing the Prince of Wales check and the first cricket whites – featuring treble-pinstripes in ‘bluebird blue’. This colour, legend has it, became a prominent part of adidas’s colour palate due to founder Adi Dassler’s admiration of it in the Bavarian flag. This exclusive cloth is limited to 50 suits only.
We are going to show the trends for Fall/Winter 2018-2018 in menswear. The materials, textures, colours and prints. Milano Unica one of the largest fairs defines the trends every season. So it is time to show the newest ones.
Saying goodbye to winter often means saying hello to new fashion trends. Men’s fashion is changing fast and you definitely want to be adopting the latest trends as soon as possible. However, not all trends are worth binning at this point – there are six men’s fashion trends you want to hold onto this spring.
Gone are the days, when you could stroll in lithely or lumber gawkishly into every occasion with your favourite t-shirt and jeans and still be labelled the ‘James Dean’ of fashion… The winds-of-change call for a ‘ James Dean of Today’, one that spells panache, suaveness and the ability to turn heads and keep em’ rolling…
It's time to show the trends that were shown during the fashion weeks in Milan, Paris, new York and London. The suit is the type of clothing that men should really consider for a must. Be modern, be stylish, be confident. We present you the trends for Spring/Summer 2017 for men's suits...
'Recon Blocking, By Tokyo and Hazy Days demonstrate the latest effects, techniques and fabrications that are offering a fresh and forward alternative to color-blocking. Modern graphic touches, statement shading and plays with placement and scale reenergize geometric blockings while retaining longevity over coming seasons'.
Lenzing Group is a company based in Lenzing, Austria, which core competence is producing botanic fibers for the textile industry from the renewable raw material of wood. Here are the key color trends for Fall-Winter 2017/2018, revealed by Lenzing...
In 2016 black and white come in a variety of patterns and prints, which add a contemporary hint to the classics. In addition to traditional stripes and checks, polka dots and leopard print are two key options to try.
The utilitarian aesthetic represents forms of genderless dressing. New Utility is the ultimate unisex look, combining practicality with sophisticated design.
Stripes have been used in clothing for hundreds of years. They create an elongating effect and can add a lot of class to an elegant ensemble.
If you like floral motifs, you'll be happy to learn that in 2016 they are a hot trend in men's fashion - for both Spring-Summer and Fall-Winter season.
Shades of orange, purple and pink are among the most popular in fashion houses' 2016 men's collections. But if you prefer something even more exotic, you can choose a multicolor bright suit with floral or abstract motifs.
'Blue Steel sees color become more transseasonal as deeper hues bring an ice cool element. Classic khaki is updated with strong earth infused tones that reflect a more contemporary take on the Maximum Green utility trend, while Atomic Coral imbues Spring-Summer 2017 with a feminine touch in vibrant saturated coral hues'.
Malan Breton’s Spring/Summer 2017 collection, presented during New York Fashion Week, showcased the designer’s impeccable tailoring and elaborate details that were combined with unconfined, liberated silhouettes. His precision Savile Row cuts were a testament to a newfound direction in menswear styles. Popsicle prints and denim led the way.
Stripes are back. But, then, they have never really gone away. One of the cornerstones of menswear, stripes have always been prevalent in all categories: suits, sport jackets, shirts, ties, sportswear and in just about every accessory possible such as socks and bags for example. Recently, we have seen menswear dominated by plaids and checks in these same items, but the cycle appears to be changing once again in favor of stripes, yet in a somewhat different way.
Earthy Spice Palette - Classic, rusted shades compliment dense dry handled wovens and supple leathers and imbue sportive performance fabrications with a raw, masculine appeal.
Grey - among blue and brown - is another of classic men's suit colors. It's suitable for a variety of occasions and styles.
Brown is among the most common colors in men's suits. That's pretty logical, because brown is less formal than black (which is especially inappropriate for Summer) and depending on the shade and the fabric it could be both super stylish (great for business suits, for example) and casually fresh (cool for meetings on the sea side).
In addition to blue for men's suits, another trendy color in men's wardrobe for 2016 is red. The variety of shades and patterns, presented by designers is pretty big.
Blue suits are definitely among designers' favorites for 2016. This is not a surprise, because blue is an elegant color, suitable for different occasions, styles and body types. The variety of its shades gives gentlemen endless options to experiment.
The FW 2017/18 Milano Unica trends were presented at “La Pelota” in Milan to exhibitors and fashion community. The event, conceived by Stefano Fadda, Art Director of MU, and his staff in collaboration with Antonella Matarrese, renowned fashion journalist, and SGS Architetti Associati, displayed a striking combination of modernity and style.
It's time to turn on the page in the summer moods and define the trends of the warm seasons. Don't forget to be stylish and cool in your suit.
According to the visual discovery tool Pinterest, that you can use to find ideas for all your projects and interests, the colour that's been hitting all the right notes for men's fashion this season is 'astronaut blue'.
'As menswear design gets increasingly more exciting each season, the Spring-Summer 2016 runways were full of inspiration. From London and Milan to Paris, new developments included plays on minimal design and Eastern influences, as masculine looks were balanced with a delicate femininity'.
For Spring-Summer 2017 the focus of British mills is on boldness, invention and audacity, built on strong foundations of integrity, quality and respect for the production environment of textiles. UK mills continue to invest in advanced technologies for sustainable and transparent manufacture.
The fashion business is slower in accepting of marketing techniques in comparison with other businesses. For long years fashion manufacturers were interested in what is economical and easy to be produced. Manufacturers showed too little interest in customers' demand, but it's no longer this way - the marketing process is fundamental in fashion business.
PittimUomo with no doubt is one of the best stages for contemporary men's fashion in the world. You know about the Italian 'La dolce vita' lifestyle - well, the trade show is a place, where you could see it in action - elegant gentlemen who enjoy being interesting, stylish and eye-catching with their outfits. So, here are the five trends, that stood out during the event...
'A warming palette comes through for Fall, rounded out with a play on edible colors and soothing, creamy skin tones. Ideal for textured surfaces and winter outerwear, the three Essential Colors add a dimension of comfort and richness to men's market products, from apparel to footwear and accessories'.
Men’s fashion trends for 2016 in the accessories are characterised with boyish looks and versatile styles. See the top 4 trends.
Roberto Cavalli, Hermès and other world famous fashion houses have presented the key trends in menswear accessories. Aesthetics in the details - this is the key characteristic of the season.
We know that many formal events require Black tie dress code (although all gentlemen look almost the same in black suits with white shirt and black ties/bow-ties), but we are happy to notice that many fashion houses worldwide already accept the idea of Variety as a better option and offer high quality men's suit (many of them made of wool) in a wider range of colors and patterns.
Cold season is already here and it's time to take a look at the top trends, which will be leading in the men's wardrobe this Winter...
This season, the dark green made its long waiting return. We can see the colour among the creations of Alexander McQueen, Burberry, Gucci.
Drawing references from military and the great outdoors, the utility trend fuses a masculine aesthetic with genuinely useful design detailing. This couldn’t be further from past interpretations of military – there are no silver buttons or embroidered epaulets – instead, look out for bomber jackets, overshirts with pocket detailing and workwear-style trousers.
Starting with must-have season tones such as blue, beige, camel, toasted and khaki tones, the range extends with touches of colour in ochre, terracotta and even reds. From the above, the MANGO menswear collection has chosen grey tones with indigo blue to blend the different styles proposed by the brand.
Men's suit jackets and ladies' garments with traditional Bulgarian embroidery for Spring-Summer 2015
During the Festival of Fashion and Beauty 2015 in Varna, Bulgaria, young designers Tsvetomir Petkov, Trayana Laleva and Milena Georgieva - participants in the Richmart Vintage project - presented their men's suit jackets and womenswear collections with embroidered folklore motifs - a fashion trend, which is really hot right now and is getting more and more wanted in Bulgaria and abroad.
As we already know Eastern Folklore inspiration is one of the hottest trends for this season. And folklore motifs have their place not only in ladies' garments but in gentlemen's, too. And Richmart - the most modern men's suit factory in Eastern Europe - is approving that. They offer to their customers unique high quality men's suit jackets with traditional Bulgarian motifs.