Men’s Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2022-2023 has already showcased some of the trendiest and most unique styles on the runway. If you’re interested in how you can rock some of these trends without breaking the bank, keep reading.
For the Fendi collection, the classic gentleman’s wardrobe is reimagined to fit the twenties theme. The formality is broken up with some more playful shades of black, cream, red and taupe that play off each other to create more texture and make a statement. A more traditional check tweed and houndstooth suit is paired with a cable knit and paired with the iconic baguette bag.
Here, dress code seems to embody social rituals, showing that things are not always what they seem. Abundant white formal wear is associated with utility, chunky boots, complete with angel-winged backpacks.
You can get a similar look by shopping at popular formal wear stores like TM Lewin. Their sewing is often a little fancy on the bag strings, but without compromising the high quality.
Again, this trend combines formal and informal and combines flowers with different shades of gray and a pair of Birkenstock shoes. This look can be practical on the one hand, but perhaps on the other hand it includes a decorative style, something that can be easily created at home with a little creativity.
LED lighting is used to great effect for the new Lowe collection. The light shows a transparent oiled leather coat and a mohair sweater, making us question how contours influence our perception. This trend is especially accessible to men, in autumn and winter, lighting plays an important role in the way everything is known.
A mix of tailoring and workwear is at the heart of this men’s fashion trend. Skinny fit skater jeans with yellow stitching complement a suit-style top featuring classic Prince of Wales checks and stripes. A matching yellow checked tie covers a plain white shirt, and the look is completed with a black beret, shiny leather loafers and a dark bomber jacket.
Prada is showing off its new wrinkled trench coat on the runway this year, but it’s by no means the only designer to take the oversized coat stage. The shoulders in bugs are usually big and bold and in this case, bright red. Other designers, such as Casablanca, have more colorful options, while Zezi features black ones.
Van Noten dries up
Instead of coats or balaclavas, bulky, long scarves are now the new trend of the season. Who needs a blanket when you can look good wearing one of these? Hand embroidered versions are also available.
Regardless of the designer or the gender, fuzzy jackets always seem to be in style. Now that fall is coming thick and fast, the new plus size outerwear from Hermès is increasing in popularity and accessibility for all.
As you can see, many of the men’s fashion trends from the runways of Fashion Week can easily be adapted into something a little more accessible to the average man.