Our favourite menswear trends for A/W 2019

After August and the summer vacations, everything gets back to ‘normal’ and September seems to be the ideal month for window shopping and inspiration for our winter looks. Below you will find some of our favourite fashion trends for this autumn/winter season for inspiration and ideas for your new autumn look.

Leopard Coats

Animal print is getting bigger and bigger in menswear fashion. Designers continue to honour the trend with the AW19 collections full of animal print coats in many different colours and lengths.

Cargo Trousers

Cropped or oversized with big pockets on the side - that’s the latest design obsession on trousers as we see the traditional cargo trousers to take the lead on the runway in so many different earth colours..

The Army look

Khacki and army patterns come to conclude the ‘safari’ inspiration for this winter. You will find the army look in different pieaces and styles; dare to mix and match.


FACES

That’s definetely a womenswear trend which was always on top ( we love Christopher Kane’s looks for AW2016). Even though this year we noticed so many designers that promote the trend on men’s clothes and we actually like the new proposal. Pop-Art patterns are our favourites.

Puffer Jackets

Always classic but with the ‘safari’ or the 3D aesthetic, the puffer jackets come to conclude our wardrobe essentials for this season.

50 shades of Grey

Grey is the most popular colour of the season with the tailoring combinations to be on the top of the list. Masculine, modern, minimal and always tailored.

Salvador Dali meets Dánte: New campaign & collection

A surrealist trapped in reality, a painter on a quest to find his inspiration, and an ever current

message: #youcanchangetheworld.

Following its first fashion film, “Anamnesis”, the men’s brand Dánte makes a comeback with

“Lobster”, a film praising introspection and the constant, very personal, search for one’s true self.

Inspiration is found in Salvador Dali, one of the most eccentric and controversial personalities of

contemporary art and surrealism.

After Nikos Psarras, the torch is passed to Stavros Svigkos, the talented actor who portrays a

contemporary version of Dali, trying to find his lobster, the inspiration he needs to express his very

own truth without limitations or restraints.

Inspirer of the idea and founder of the brand, Antonis Papastavrou, places the Spanish painter’s

moustache-symbol, which in itself was a statement against the stereotypes of the hyperrealists of

Dali’s time, in the skilled hands of Kontstantinos Dekoumés who magnificently brings to life the

artistic and personal impasse in which the artist found himself, as well as the symbolic association it

had with the inspiration for his famous painting, the lobster..

Watch the Fashion Film «Lobster»:

MSGM: Two new #streetstyle collaborations for the fashion brand

MSGM is  another one fashion brand that has started following the street style way on his collections.

«NEVER LOOK BACK, IT’S ALL AHEAD» was the moto of the brand from the very beginning and the new collaborations came to confirm its strategy. 

 Diadora and EastPak are their new partners and the collections are already online with all the influencers and bloggers posting their favourite pieces everywhere. 

Below you can have a look on some of the 'hero' looks and accessories from the two collaborations. Which one is your favourite?

MSGM x Diadora

 

MSGM x EastPak

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