We high­light the best trends from the SS19 shows; Aussie ac­tor Chris Pang shows you how to wear colour this spring; your next fra­grance.

FRESH FROM THE RUN­WAY, THIS IS EV­ERY­THING YOU’LL BE WEAR­ING IN THE MONTHS AHEAD.

GQ (Australia) - - CONTENTS - WORDS AMY CAMP­BELL

Some­times, it can feel like the menswear shows get lost be­neath the calamity of the fash­ion cal­en­dar. Wom­enswear has the spec­ta­cle that is haute cou­ture, and tra­di­tion­ally, re­sort and ready-to-wear shows stretch across a greater num­ber of days and de­mand more of the in­dus­try’s at­ten­tion. But this sea­son was dif­fer­ent. More edi­tors, celebri­ties, artists and rap­pers filled the front row than ever be­fore, mark­ing an his­toric shift of power in the fash­ion world. Thanks to high-pro­file de­sign­ers mak­ing de­buts at the ma­jor houses, such as Kim Jones for Dior Men and Virgil Abloh at Louis Vuit­ton, all eyes (and an­tic­i­pa­tions) were on the menswear arena. The shows de­liv­ered. In sum­mary, his­tory was made and trends were cre­ated. Wear­able trends, too – stuff that all of us can ac­tu­ally pull off. Here, we break down the best looks from the spring shows, and the groom­ing, ac­ces­sories and at­mos­phere that helped trans­form them from ‘looks’ into mo­ments.

MOD­ELS POSE AT THE END OF THE ERMENEGILDO ZEGNA SHOW DUR­ING MILAN MEN’S SS19 FASH­ION WEEK IN JUNE.

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