Menswear designers pushed boundaries this fall and winter season, introducing styles that veered towards gender neutral. Drapey tops and past-the-wrist cuffs sent feminine flairs down a few different runways.
Animal print, often a staple in any woman’s closet, was trending this year for men’s outerwear. The ever-popular leopard print was seen in classic colors as well as subdued tones like blue and grey. At Saint Laurent, a bold zebra jacket showed its stripes.
Double outerwear is the perfect new style to refresh those coats you’ve had around for years. A jacket beneath a jacket not only creates warmth, but an effortless look of layering. Try pairing a short jean jacket with a slouchy, oversized trench.
Turtlenecks can be used a few different ways for cold weather dressing. Hermes used the popular top as the season’s go-to suit pairing. If you’re looking to layer yet again, put a thin turtleneck top under a thicker knit sweater and allow the look to peak out above.
Designers like Louis Vuitton and Alexander Wang gave their stamp of approval to daring full print outfits. Whether with a suit or jacket-pant combination, be sure to take patterned dressing all the way.
For this season, a movement away from fitted pants is also in place. Baggy trousers were prominent across the board, so go ahead and give yourself some room.
Color wise, it’s all about grey, army green, and black. Luxe all-black eveningwear had almost gothic vibes, especially at shows like Alexander McQueen. Turn to this trusty staple if you’re ever in doubt.