The Top Collections From Men's Fashion Week

This past month, designers travelled to New York, Paris and Milan to showcase their Spring/Summer 2020 Mens Collections at the most prestigious fashion weeks. From Fendi to Versace and Jacquemus, today we've gathered the top collections we saw strut the runway.


Jacquemus Spring 2020

One of the most anticipated shows of the season Jacquemus transported guests to lavender fields in Provence France. Celebrating 10 years with Simone's first ever co-ed collection titled: “Le Coup De Soleil” he introduced flattering silhouettes and colors inspired by his home town of France. Strutting down an elegant pink catwalk, models donned mini dresses that swayed so beautifully in the fields and more structured and tailored suit jackets with bold colouring.


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Louis Vuitton Men's Spring/Summer 2020

This morning Louis Vuitton makes their SS20 menswear debut in Paris and it's a pastel dream. From monochromatic yellow to floral printed jackets, it was a whimsical runway that we are still obsessing over. Accessories in the SS20 menswear collection were also a focal point to note. Bright blue duffles (a huge comeback) and structured clutches with a garden inspired print were monumental in completing these menswear looks.


Photo Credit: Filippo Fior / Gorunway.com




Fendi Mens Spring/Summer 2020

Last week, FendiSS20 menswear runway took place in Milan and transported audiences to a dreamy garden oasis. Sticking to a more neutral palette of muted greens and beiges, Creative Director Silvia Venturini Fendi showcased a range of relaxed looks featuring some fun "water can" - like bags.


Photo Credit: Alessandro Lucioni / Gorunway.com



Dior Mens Spring/Summer 2020

Clean, crisp and oh so tailored, Designer Kim Jones kept it classic with pops of vibrant shades like pink, blue and orange. We love a good tailored pant, which seemed to be consistent throughout the show. What's more, accessories played a huge role - showing off the brands signature saddle bag in a range of designs, they also unveiled large and small "metal like" structured bags.


Photo Credit: Alessandro Lucioni / Gorunway.com



Hermes


For Spring/Summer 2020, Hermes introduced fun colourways. From pink, to teal and burnt oranges, the brand stepped out of their traditional neutral palette but still managed to stay very on brand with the pops of colour they incorporated. What's more, keys trends included loose fitting silhouettes, layered light-weight jackets and vibrant ascots. In these numbers, we felt ready to set sail on a breezy summers day.


Photo Credit: Alessandro Lucioni / Gorunway.com


OFF_WHITE

This morning Off White showcased their menswear SS20 collection and this season, the pieces incorporated a lot of color! Undeniably one of the most anticipated shows of fashion week, Creative Director, Virgil Alboh had models strut down a bed of flowers showcasing a range of looks from denim on denim numbers, to tailored suiting and even lose fitted joggers and tee's - needless to say we were loving every Off White moment. In typical Off White fashion many pieces adorned their logo. Ty-dye and pattern created by New York artist Futura, we're also notable trends to capture from this show.


Photo Credit: Filippo Fior / Gorunway.com


Ludovic De Saint Sernin

Although receiving some backlash on the finale piece, Ludovic De Saint Sernin presented his collection “Wet’n’Wild” with a great deal of show-stopping looks. From models walking in transparent suits that looks drenched in water, to more vibrant co-ords ready for a beach day, the collection showcased a number of vastly different looks, that somehow effortlessly with "wet" concept.


Photo Credit: Alessandro Lucioni / Gorunway.com


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