Dolce & Gabbana
There were no professional models on Dolce & Gabbana’s show. As usual on their womenswear fashion shows, the designers decided to put only “real men” on the catwalk.
“Seeing a collection that ranged from Sicilian rustic to baggy, black-suited Sunday best on men of all shapes and sizes (although none of them were porkers) meant you could immediately imagine it being worn on the streets – not just in glossy editorial shoots”. Source: Telegraph
It’s certainly a good way to sell clothes and expose clothes, making them look real, like something you can wear on your everyday life.
Lots of horizontal stripes, polos and high waist shorts, just like you need on Summer days.
Kenzo took sportive looks to a new level, giving utility coats a glamorous look, when paired with golf shorts, trench coats and patterned hats. It was probably one of my favorite men collections and this was my favorite suit:
A total look. Perfect, ãh?
My favorite part from Burberry’s collection was definitely, the work wear, especially the suit above. The first model came along the runway with sunglasses and looking very cool.
Not very fond of the bright colors they used for shirts and even suits, I am always a bigger fan for dark shadows in menswear. Did like the jackets with big pockets, though.
The mood for Dior Homme, was more navy blue/denim. Loved the trousers, clean and minimal, with slim fits and the double breasted jackets with golden buttons, very nautical.
Probably my favorite men collection. Dior chose to reflect a chic man, who wears classic trousers and a blazer to go to work and a striped polo for a more casual event.
These are summer of next Summer’s must-haves for man: