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.

Diesel Red Tag x GR-Uniforma: a collection for the 90s lovers

After two collaborations with Shayne Oliver and Glenn Martens for the Red Tag Project project, Diesel invites GR-Uniforma, the new label founded by Gosha Rubchinskiy, to revisit its signature DNA. Zoom.

"The Diesel Red Tag Project". This is the name of the initiative led by Diesel , under the leadership of Renzo Rosso , with the aim of creating an interaction between the Italian brand and the various actors of the fashion fauna. The house invited three designers from different horizons to imagine bold clothing and accessories capsules, anchored in Diesel's aesthetic DNA : denim and sportswear. After Shayne Oliver , founder of the American label Hood By Air , infused his world the time of a capsule of ten pieces, and Glenn Martens has revisited the cloakroom DieselWith a flood of ingenious pieces, the GR-Uniforma label , driven by Gosha Rubchinskiy , took the lead. On the program, 50 workwear-inspired models, where denim reigns supreme, all directly inspired by the 90s, themselves influenced by avant-garde Russian culture. For example, artists El Lissitzky and Kazimir Malevich , and director and producer Vsevolod Meyerhold are mentioned as references. The Red Tag x GR-Uniforma Diesel collection is already available at the Diesel pop up store in Berlin. It will take a few weeks for the shopper shop Diesel, on the brand's e-shop and at Dover Street Market.

source: vogue hommes