Across the pond in Europe, Men’s Fashion week is underway. London, Florence, and Milan have just wrapped most of their shows but that’s just the beginning! Of course some of our favorite designers are showcasing the latest of their upcoming Spring Collections. If you’ve been out the fashion loop the ladies here at EGL’s Fashion Squad have got you covered with a front row pass to the designers shows you’d wish you were in Europe for! From Coach to Prada, designers are not holding back with the colorful fun concepts and street inspired style for their Men’s Spring Collections. So takes some notes straight from the runway to keep that man in your life extra stylish!
Coach: Coach took the place of the Burberry show during London Collections: Men. The usually classic clothing brand took a step onto the wild side for the Spring 17 collection. Bright colors and flaming dice emblazoned varsity jackets walked the runway and gave us an “in your face” edge that resounded throughout the men’s collections during L.C.M.
Visvim: Visvim in Florence was the Japanese company’s first ever fashion week runway show. The clothing reflected the designers blended Japanese American background. Not to mention signature beverages and musical dance performances made the show a one of a kind type of event!
Dsquared2: Playing into the same straight forward edge as Coach, Dsquared2 wasn’t afraid to give us the perfect mix of streetwear chic. With leather denim blazer combos and fitted bleached splatter skinny jeans. Dsquared2 gave us a fly collection that’s wearable for today’s trendy male.
Missoni: Missoni brought the bohemian vibes with a touch of country western. As always the collection featured new beautiful color blended patterns and suit blazer sets for the man who loves to make a statement.
Dolce and Gabbana: D&G gave us a “Hollywood Rocker” feel, for their Spring 2017 collection. From fabulous suit combos to graphic print filled shirt and short sets the nearly 100 look show did not disappoint!
Prada: Prada was one of the few designers to have a unisex runway show. Unlike other many other Prada collections, this year Prada touched into more durable and activewear fashion. From windbreaker jackets and dresses to a backpack or messenger bag to accompany every look.
With Men’s Fashion Week just barely kicking off overseas and still anticipated for NYC in July we can expects lots more from Men’s Fashion for the Spring 2017 season! What Men’s designers are you loving so far, and who are you looking forward to seeing in New York?
Written By: Dani Elle Moore