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TRENDING: THE SS23 MENSWEAR TRENDS TO WEAR NOW

TRENDING: THE SS23 MENSWEAR TRENDS TO WEAR NOW

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TRENDING: THE SS23 MENSWEAR TRENDS TO WEAR NOW

Sure, spring may feel worlds away but it’s a truth universally acknowledged that fashion waits for no man. And we, for one, can’t stop thinking about the SS23 runways. The highlights? JW Anderson’s blockbuster Soho show, Craig Green’s colour blocking and Off-White’s punk-meets-goth looks spring to mind. The fashion world delivered – hard – this season. That’s why we recommend repping these SS23 trends, stat. From Jil Sander to Dsquared2, these are the SS23 menswear trends to wear now.


1. NEW-GEN TAILORING

JIL SANDER RUNWAY
Large and loose, new-gen tailoring was one of the hottest trends to come off the SS23 runways. And one of the brands leading the way? Jil Sander. Known for their minimalist fits and effortless appeal, the brand has mastered the art of smooth suiting. An easy favourite? This oversized, Berghain black look. Go for an easy blazer and trouser combo, and pair with a relaxed tee and a pair of white sneakers. The finishing touch? Ambush’s Lighter Necklace will do the trick.


2. KEEP IT LOOSE

DSQUARED2 RUNWAY
One of the main takeaways from the SS23 runways? That the fashion world is over gender conformity. Tiny minis were seen at Dion Lee, DSquared2 featured ankle-grazing maxi skirts and JW Anderson showed oversized tees with nothing underneath. Into it? Give it a go with the piece de resistance, Dsquared2’s Hi Landers Kilt. Once the uniform of Scotsmen – and Scotsmen only – the humble kilt is set to become a cult piece for SS23. Pair with lazy layers c/o Jacquemus and Craig Green.

3. IT’S ALL LEATHER

BOTTEGA VENETA RUNWAY
After Matthieu Blazy’s debut at Bottega Veneta, we were all waiting to see what he did next. And he didn’t disappoint. Arty and simple, the collection featured a mix of looks, from head-to-toe leather fits to understated pieces, statement tailoring and elevated classics. But this look? It’s an easy favourite. Mixing old-school tailoring with new-age leather, we’re willing to bet it’ll be everywhere come spring. To style it out now? Pair Jacquemus’s Le Pantal in deep brown with Bottega Veneta’s Twill Overlock Shirt.