Runway Report: 11 Standout Spring 2017 Menswear Looks From Paris and Milan
A Pop of Yellow at Marni
In recent months, questions like, “Does yellow need saving?” pop up in conversation. According to Marni, it does.
Glamping with Prada
Prada saw models take to the runway in functional pieces that featured disciplined lines and khaki hues. The Italian fashion house presented a juxtaposition of prints, colors, and textures that will instantly brighten your camping attire next summer.
Kenzo Brings Back the ‘90s
Along with loose-fitting trousers, the Kenzo offering showcased understated, athleisure separates in a moody color palette that was punctuated with splashes of yellow. Note: the controversial socks and sandals combination might be worth considering next year.
Gucci’s Modern Shakespeare
Gucci’s creative director, Alessandro Michele, showcased some particularly romantic ensembles amid the House’s Spring 2017 collection. Featuring embroidered biker jackets and Chinese-inspired robes, the offering featured playful prints and vibrant colors.
Damir Doma’s White-Out
This oversized Damir Doma suit was one of the crisp, white looks that stood out from the khaki, black, and mustard color palette. Featuring loose, flowing silhouettes, the white separates made for laidback looks with added elegance.
Valentino’s Double Shot of Denim
On the menu at Valentino: camo blazers, wide-leg trousers in off-white hues, and denim shirts with matching slacks. Safe? Yes. Boring? Absolutely not.
Dries Van Noten’s Silver Lining
Dries Van Noten is giving the overcoat the shine factor and presenting it in a daring, metallic shade of silver. All it needs is a pair of jeans, white sneakers, and a strong dose of confidence. Caution: wear at your own risk.