Guide to Menswear Trends Autumn 2023 – A miserable month, January. As Italia opens the Autumn/Winter 2023 show season, the fact that it’s menswear month instantly improves the situation.
Guide to Menswear Trends Autumn 2023
- In Florence, Martine Rose debuted as the prestigious annual guest designer at Pitti Uomo. With the temporary assistance of Kid Super designer Colm Dillane, Louis Vuitton presented in Paris. Gucci unveiled its initial lines without Alessandro Michele. Another killer collection was co-delivered by Raf Simons and Miuccia Prada. Be excited about big names, big clothes, and big things for the AW’23 season (which begins mid-to-late August).
Therefore, we’ve put together a comprehensive GQ guide to all the menswear trends for 2023 to help you plan for the upcoming season.
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It is well known that the overcoat has incredible power. Additionally, it is a weapon that anyone can use, and fashion week made sure to capitalize on this power by producing some of the best overcoats in recent memory. Ami’s were large, sturdy, and swishy, displacing left-field charges with wearable, blocky shades.
Think of the traditional suit as the hub of menswear. You could attempt to reinvent it. You can add rubber, chains, and metallic trims. However, in terms of simplicity, it works best and is what most guys prefer.
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The fact that many brands, including Canali, Emporio Armani, and even Vtmnts, continue to produce impeccable clothing without making an effort is comforting.
When you thought the traditional suit was the cleanest and sharpest item in your wardrobe, it actually gets cleaner and more streamlined. dramatically so!
The goal of tailoring at Kenzo, Vuitton, and Bianca Saunders was to eliminate or drastically reduce details. The outcome was simultaneously simple, sci-fi, and ’90s. In any case, lapels were overrated.
When Martine Rose concluded Pitti Uomo with a collection bursting with men wearing denim, and floor-length skirts, she set the ball rolling.
When it came to fashion, Ludovic Saint Sernin was all about pleated minis that were so Y2K, while Etro’s man preferred long tartan skirts that were worn with oversized rugby shirts. Just make sure to do leg day.
The hardest colour to wear is Cadbury purple, which is the best food to consume. Before now. Fendi had plenty of purple, including a pair of surprisingly understated leather pants, and Kiko Kostadinov had high-shine nylon tracksuits made in Bournville’s preferred shade of purple. In the end, not that difficult to wear.
A dependable, workwear-adjacent capstone offered at small culty brands with small culty shops in Soho, the entire trawlerman thing was a mid-sized vessel. Now that the Big Brands are all shipping their own teeny, tiny beanies, that boat has kind of turned into a luxury liner.
Bode was a crafty, cosy, and artistic place. Ribbed, abstract, and a little bit Lego-like at Fendi. Simple at Armani; jovial at Casablanca; and as reminiscent of the original trawlerman, craft ale-expert beanie as is practical at Gucci. Yes, we are totally on board.
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