STREET SEEN

BREEZY AND LOOSE IS THE LOOK DU JOUR.

Men's Style (Australia) - - Contents - with LEE OLIVEIRA lee­o­liveira.com lee­o­liveira.com

Lee Oliveira files from Mi­lano, where but­tons re­main un­done

These pic­tures from Mi­lan fea­ture a num­ber of the year’s menswear trends brought to life on the streets of the fash­ion cap­i­tal.

Unbuttoned shirts over a sin­glet or tee were promi­nent on cat­walks dur­ing fash­ion weeks this year and con­tin­ued out­side the venues for that cool but ca­sual look.

Slides and fu­tur­is­tic train­ers are an es­sen­tial part of the high­end ath­leisure look, along with pants you could po­ten­tially go skate­board­ing in and then wear to cock­tails after­wards.

State­ment graph­ics, lo­gos, retro art – any or all of the above are a de rigueur part of the up­mar­ket smart ca­sual we see here.

On the op­po­site page are a few looks from Street Seens taken from ear­lier is­sues this year.

The take-out? There is no dis­cernible thread run­ning through mes­nwear trends at the mo­ment. In fact, it’s some­thing of a stylis­tic free-for-all with a num­ber of com­pet­ing move­ments at work for the at­ten­tion of the male consumer.

Which ain’t a bad thing, per se... Visit mensstyle. com.au dur­ing the hia­tus un­til our Au­tumn 2018 is­sue for reg­u­lar up­dates on menswear news and trends.

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