Men’s fashion week has just finished up for the Spring Summer 2018 Season. See our Top 10 Shows from Men’s 2018.
London, Milan, and Paris have all showed the menswear collections from their best and brightest designers. Now that all of the chaos is over, it is time to look back on the designs that we can see trending in 2018, and those that have just transfixed us with their art.
The usual suspects Louis Vuitton, Dior, and Prada, are on our list, but there are others who surprised us with their vision for the 2018 Spring season. Thom Browne decided that skirting is a necessary part of suiting, whereas Balmain used the American Flag in many of their designs and channeled another famous house by adding metal trimming to their blazers. Alexander McQueen turned a rug into a coat, while Prada used 1980’s comic inspiration for their fashions and set.
Louis Vuitton brought back electric neon prints in their collection while being serenaded by an original song from Drake called Signs which was inspired by the brand. Dolce & Gabbana brought their usual flair of opulent designs modeled by influencers and celebrity tastemakers, a few of which you may know like Christian Combs and Diggy Simmons. But, they also brought a big chunk of controversy this season with their Instagram beef with Miley Cyrus, and their Influencer/Model turned protestor, Raury, who crashed the finale of their show.
While D&G brought chaos with their dose of beauty, Dior Homme gave a dose of natural cool with their show all the way down to their runway which resembled a freshly cut lawn. Donatella brought us her everlasting version of chic at the Versace show, while Valentino showed off a gorgeous classic collection with pieces that are sure to stand the test of time.
Off-White came through with a collection of minimalist streetwear that is just edgy enough to keep us on our toes, while Marni decided to switch their simple style by adding exotic prints on muted colors.
View our favorite looks from Men’s Fashion week below