This season’s star ranges from textured graphic numbers and dressing-gown styles to inside-out designs and over-the top evening-inspired, unisex top coats — all guaranteed to grab attention.
Jonathan Anderson’s conceptual design for Loewe of “knit over knit” is a clear example of the cozy-to-the-max mood that’s injecting life into this men’s wear staple.
NO LONGER UNDERWEAR
A clear result of the times we are living in is the idea of wearing underwear as a statement fashion piece, like the long johns at Prada or the classic tighty-whities on the opening look at Rick Owens. The trend speaks to the intimate-at-home vibe that permeated throughout the season.
The use of bright blues and greens — as well as a good amount of red — packed a punch of positive vibes, telegraphing an optimistic message for the future.
Whether it’s a classic collegiate varsity jacket at Louis Vuitton or the preppy inspired reworkings of a knit vest at Y/Project, these heritage pieces redefined the All-American classic trend.
At Dior, one of the pillars of men’s wear received the royal treatment by using the dress code from the inductees into the Académie des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Meanwhile, a traditional admiral’s naval coat at Wales Bonner exuded a retro vintage vibe ideal for Gen Z and beyond.