Milan Men's fashion week top trends of the spring summer 18 season
At least on the runway, we can clearly see the time of slim and constrained silhouettes are almost over, the Milan Men's Spring Summer 18 fashion week is no exception at all. The soft fabrics, wide legs, baggy style, and retro sports are the new things. The activewear trend is picking up more than ever they used to be popular on the runway. The Street styles emerge as the key silhouettes inspiration for the moment.
Milan Men's fashion week top trends - spring summer 18
Retro sports looks, including track suits; oversized silhouettes and baggy pants; layering; strong outerwear; a fresh summer color palette that included shades of pale pink; fluid shapes and fabrics, and streetwear references were some of the main trends praised by retailers.
The men's classical pinstripe still holds the special place in the designers creativity as the designers like Ports 1961, Versace and Salvatore roled up the print to the consumers. Apart from the pinstrip prints Bandanna print shirt with white jeans.” Cifonelli’s creative director, John Vizzone, “told a romantic story with his take on La Dolce Vita,” said Kalenderian
The color trend we spotted at the runway were amazing, the earthy colors were very playful, the designer Ermenegildo Zegna sporty collection with the mix of earthy substance into the tangering hues looks fresh, Neutrals are new cool along with the already trending blush pink.
The silhouettes at the show were Retro sports looks, including track suits; oversized silhouettes and baggy pants; layering; strong outerwear; fluid shapes and fabrics, and streetwear references were some of the main trends praised by retailers.
The burnt tangerine and neutrals are the new cool colors emerging very strong at the Milan men's fashion week runway. The designer Like Fendi, Bally brings it on runway for their coats, jacket and pant's collection
Pinstrips are the still very popular prints for the men's wear category. They are emerging very strong this season as well. Versace and Ports 1961 bring it on the runway confidently
The overall focus on proportion, with a return to a wider-leg, often pleated pant for a fashion customer, seen at Hugo, Giorgio Armani, Phillip Lim and Versace.
MSGM and Ermenegildo Zegna bring the sporty tops collection. The silhouettes are soft and loose for the youth looking for activewear dressing.
Marni brings the Patched shirt for the men styled with loose pants and shorts. These styles could be the next bing thing to follow.