Colors, fabrics, styles: as with every change of season the stylistic codes change and become the common theme of the newest arrivals in men’s fashion. But what are the trends that will inevitably accompany us? Here is our study with a garment suggestion for each style.
No need for all over prints or a triumph of checks: to follow the trend of the season, which brings back the Scottish motif, a very small, discreet detail will suffice. An example? Jacob Cohën jeans in Japanese denim with the coin pocket in tartan fabric and matching bandana. A small “habit” that defines the style of these famous Made in Italy jeans.
The Uniform look
Essential cuts and structured fabrics: the “uniform” garments of autumn winter 2018 recall the lines and cuts of military uniforms but the materials with which they are made guarantee ever growing advanced performances. For lovers of uniform style, Fay’s iconic 4-hook jacket, a tribute to American firefighter uniforms, is available for fall winter in a version with a detachable wool and thermore interior, eco-friendly padding and very high thermal performance all produced by the above mentioned iconic Italian manufacturer.
Warm, comfortable and nostalgic, velvet continues its rise to preferred material of the colder seasons. For those who love this fabric but want to stand out, we recommend INCOTEX’s new line, barrè velvet trousers, a less common variant with horizontal ribs, available in beige and green.
Abstract geometries or graffiti and comics for the more nostalgic: colorful prints do not abandon men’s wardrobes but continue to color the gray days of the season. How to add a touch of irony to an outfit without exaggerating? Playing with the choice of accessories, like the Eredi Chiarini scarf in wool and cashmere that knotted presents the classic autumn tones but open becomes much more pop thanks to comics that portray Einstein and Charlie Chaplin.
Once again for Fall Winter 2018 denim confirms its rank as universally most popular and transversal material in a man’s wardrobe: it will be present in every shade and, with the right precautions, as in the case of the Moorer jacket, it will also be used for the outerwear season. The Moorer jacket is in fact in denim, but the internal padding in high quality feather and the detachable sheepskin collar make it a perfect ally for the winter.