This past week Men’s fashion made an impact. Men’s wear has become more dynamic and less restrictive over the past few years. This has truly been reflected in the latest fashion week season. The looks were gender fluid and incorporated a variety of inspirations. We will countdown some of our favourite shows from this season.

Vetements

Vetements was a definite throwback. Strong shoulders, bold prints and denim. The models rocked the runway in non-gender conforming pieces. The overall looks were current and inexplicably cool.

Photo Credit: Vogue.co.uk

Photo Credit: Vogue.co.uk

Dior Homme

Dior was filled with beautiful silhouettes and classic colours and cuts with a grunge twist reminiscent of the 80s and 90s.

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Photo Credit: Vogue.co.uk

Photo Credit: Vogue.co.uk

Alexander MQueen

Alexander Mqueen is a brand that constantly brings the drama and storybook element to the runway. This collection was no different. Though a subdued version of the dramatic designs we are used to, the pieces all involved dramatic colour contrasts, and cape like jackets. Truly a beautiful and inspired collection.

Photo Credit: Vogue.co.uk

Photo Credit: Vogue.co.uk

Louis Vuitton

Anything involving Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss is an epic fashion moment. The two icons were the only women to walk in the show and fit seamlessly into the show.  The Louis Vuitton show was very current making great use of their signature monogram LV. The Combat style boots were a great edition to each look. A very street style inspired collection.

Photo Credit: Vogue.co.uk

Photo Credit: Vogue.co.uk

 

ACNE Studios

Acne showcased a variety of quirky 80s inspired looks. A combination of  suit styled trousers, and bright coloured sweaters enhanced each look.

Photo Credit: Vogue.co.uk

Photo Credit: Vogue.co.uk

 

OFF-WHITE

OFF-White has cemented itself as a fashion staple. This men’s fashion week, they fused luxury and lounge. The looks were slouchy and effortless. The pieces wtere wearable and spoke to the new direction that menswear was headed toward.

Photo Credit: Vogue.co.uk

Photo Credit: Vogue.co.uk

Charles Jeffrey Loverboy

This collection was art and creativity at its finest. Abiding by none of the fashion rules set for men. The looks were bold, and dynamic, yet inline with the overall theme of the collection.

Photo Credit: Vogue.co.uk

Photo Credit: Vogue.co.uk

Lou Dalton

This collection was British inspired. The cuts and the silhouettes were slouchy and effortless with hints of colour when needed.

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