While some may say that the streetwear style has been running out of steam this season, the looks seen on the men’s runways tell us otherwise. The watchword of this season? Liberty, resulting in a flurry of vibrant pieces, effortless tailoring, and fluid, delicate fabrics.
Additionally, new interpretations of the omnipresent sailor-style made an impression, thanks to the creativity of Lanvin, and Ann Demeulemeester. Take this opportunity to uncover the top trends of the Spring/Summer season, as seen on the international catwalks in 2020
Artsy prints by Norbert Bisky for MSGM, baroque style by Versace, or a canvas print by Dior, this summer is a time for colourful optimism.
Classic elegance goes out the window, ushering in a new style that places liberty and comfort at the forefront. An oversized shirt by JW Anderson, baggy pants by Hermes, or a delicate monochrome look.
Journey over to the topics with these vibrant shirts, echoing a young Leonardo DiCaprio in Romeo + Juliet by Baz Luhrmann. Hawaii 5-0, 1950s retro style, or a classic bowler shirt… These shirts come in all different styles, just pick your poison.
Ever-present, and ever-essential, denim found its way back on to the catwalks.
What to do if there’s no suitable bag in sight? This problem was addressed by many fashion houses this season, as they imagined jackets that can hold a plethora of items. No need to travel with extra weight, keep only the essentials.
Featuring illustrations, logo prints, or the complete classic… The tank top found its way onto the runway this season.
It’s a fact, the colourful tie-dye style from the Woodstock era hasn’t been laid to rest just yet. Featured in an underground rave look by S.R. Studio LA. CA, artsy camouflage print by Rochas, and a graphic paint splatter look by Valentino.
A must-have for the hot summer months, above-the-knee shorts are an ideal look for the season.
Featuring a formal, and laid-back look, the striped-suit craze has arrived. Spotted on the Celine by Hedi Slimane runway, as well as Casablanca and Chalayan.
The male models of this season’s collections were seen wearing a variety of translucent pieces. Spotted on the runways of Ludovic de Saint Sernin, Dior, and Louis Vuitton.