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Men’s Spring

Junya Watanabe Man Spring 2022

Inspired by a series of travel photos from Bhutan, the Japanese designer incorporated work by several…

Back Home: Lawrence Steele Returns to Aspesi as Creative Director

After a stint at Marni, the American designer presents his first collection for Aspesi as creative director…

Alexander McQueen Men’s Spring 2021

Sarah Burton made a collection out of old stock, overprinting or overdyeing fabrics, with the odd pearly…

Amiri Men’s RTW Spring 2021

The collection is inspired by designer Mike Amiri's Los Angeles roots and features a blend of tailored and…

Yuki Hashimoto Men’s Spring 2021

The designer showed modern, street-ready versions of workwear and outdoorsy separates.

United Standard Men’s Spring 2021

The collection made a commentary on the fear and anxiety experienced by Giorgio Di Salvo during lockdown.

Dries Van Noten Men’s Spring 2020

As designers make a return to tailoring, they're also piling on the print, embellishment and color and…

Linder Men’s Spring 2020

Designer Kirk Millar offered his interpretation of upper-class preppy classics.

Rabd Men’s Spring 2019

The black-and-white collection included pieces that were so similar it felt repetitive.

Mistergentleman Men’s Spring 2019

The colorful collection mixed athletic influences with more formal pieces, but never took itself too…

Willy Chavarria Men’s Spring 2018

The designer showed at a New York leather bar.

Men’s Spring 2018: The Paris Medals Race

The men's shows ranked based on how they fared in their bid to win the designing gold.

Julien David Men’s Spring 2018

It was back to not-quite-basics for the London and Tokyo-based French designer.

Enfants Riches Déprimés Men’s Spring 2018

The kids weren't alright, but at least they were well dressed.

Unravel Men’s Spring 2018

The brand showed technical offerings for men and denim looks that gave volume to the basics for women.