Best of Menswear Autumn Winter 2015/16: trends and images to remember...
Milan, london and finally paris, presented their masculine collections for winter 2015/16. the menswear industry continues to be intensified, with numerous labels and numerous diversities in their propositions. the brands who focus on their dna, all by looking at how they can modernize their pieces.it’s the british capital who opened the festivities with an energy as their asset, and with the emergence of a se venties trend that was seen everywhere from paris to milan: high waisted trousers, legs a little flared and numerous prints finding a new youth.in milan, there’s no messing about, the biggest italian houses showed off their know-how by modernising the classic pieces of the masculine wardrobe, with the use of luxury materials, that are just as beautiful on the outside as they are on the inside.the beautiful materials were equally seen on the parisian catwalks: hermès, berluti, advocate a top of the range, ultra comfortable menswear fashion. someone casual that wants to be chic and elegant, with a return to the jogging bottom in a luxury version or with trousers tucked into boots.for the materials, velvet signals it’s grand return, brushed and in autumnal tones.in winter, the man warms himself up with fur, with a real revival of shearling, from little touches to all over.but the menswear doesn’t forget about the suit. dior makes it the central theme in their collection, givenchy embroidered it with ethnic designs, for a striking collection with such a level of style as the image.menswear shows with more and more mises en scene. classic versions with violinists at dior, more underground at phillip plein, poetic at moncler, or even theatrical at thom browne. in paris, rick owens creates the buzz, and dares to reveal what is generally hidden, especially on a catwalk...and yet this season the designers amuse themselves with mixing genres…with a unisex fashion. men and women are dressed in unison. seen at westwood, saint laurent and at gucci.the man gives us plenty of surprises…music free of right: bandit & nikitmusic from the show