Looking to the Future of Fashion

The spring 2020 shows proved that the men’s wear landscape continues to evolve and become more experimental as definitions of gender and codes of masculinity morph and change.

From oversize and voluminous silhouettes, to an explosion of graphics, various shades of pastels, and even a return to a clean and minimalistic wardrobe, here is a round-up of the most prominent trends for spring 2020.

 

Graphic Art

From left: Dunhill, Dries Van Noten, Versace and Charles Jeffrey Loverboy. Photographs by Giovanna Giannoni, Davide Maestri and Aitor Rosás Sune/WWD  Giovanna Giannoni, Davide Maestri, Aitor Rosás Sune/WWD

 

Minimalism

From left: Haider Ackermann, GmbH, Rick Owens and Acne Studios. Photographs by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD  Giovanni Giannoni/WWD

Pastels

From left: Loewe, Heron Preston, Amiri and Salvatore Ferragamo. Photographs by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD and Amiri Courtesy of the Brand  Giovanni Giannoni/WWD and Courtesy Photo

Soft Tailoring

From left: Ermenegildo Zegna, Maison Margiela, Dior Men and Gucci. Photographs by Davide Maestri/WWD and Giovanni Giannoni/WWD  Davide Maestri and Giovanni Giannoni/WWD

 

Utility

From left: Alyx, Wooyoungmi, Fendi, and Givenchy

From left: 1017 Alyx 9SM, Wooyoungmi, Fendi and Givenchy. Photographs by Dominique Maitre/WWD, Davide Maestri/WWD, and Giovanni Giannoni/WWD  Alyx, Wooyoungmi by Dominique Maitre, Fendi by Davide Maestri, Givenchy by Giovanni Giannoni

 

Volume

From Left: Craig Green, Juun.J, Thom Browne, and Bottega Veneta

From left: Craig Green, Junn.J, Thom Browne and Bottega Veneta. Photographs by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD and Dominique Maitre/WWD  Giovanni Giannoni and Dominique Maitre

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