7 STYLE TRENDS FROM NYFW

From tech­ni­cal jack­ets to Cuban col­lars —here’s what ruled the men’s run­way at the re­cently con­cluded New York Fash­ion Week

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Lifestyle - TEXT: AK­SHAY KAUSHAL

LOOSE TROUSERS

Easy, re­laxed fits by de­sign­ers like Willy Chavar­ria and Todd Sny­der were spot­ted on the ramp. The loose trousers also fea­tured pleats and were rolled up to give a sneak peek at the socks.

VELVETS

Velvets are here to stay. Men took to the run­way wear­ing these fabrics in bright colours. Palmiers du Mal’s col­lec­tion had a lot of it and this seems to be the new lounge-wear trend that men will fol­low in the com­ing sea­son.

STRIPES

Todd Sny­der’s col­lec­tion had a lot of stripes in the form of suits, shorts and jack­ets. The pin­stripes make a cool style state­ment, and is also a safe ter­ri­tory for men who want to look fash­ion­able yet not go over the top.

COLOUR-BLOCK­ING

De­signer Bum­suk Choi’s col­lec­tion show­cased a lot of colour-block­ing with neu­tral and bold colours. The other de­sign­ers who used colour-block­ing were Ova­dia & Sons and Raf Si­mons.

CUBAN COL­LAR

The boxy, short-sleeved cot­ton shirts seemed to be the run­way favourite. These shirts were teamed with pleated pants at Boss’s show. So this leaves us won­der­ing whether the 1950s trend of Cuban col­lar shirt is now back in vogue.

TECH­NI­CAL JACK­ETS

Now that’s how you beat the mon­soon— in style! This look was seen on the run­way dur­ing the Raf Si­mons, Boss and Ova­dia & Sons’ shows.

BOLD PAT­TERNS

The bolder, the better. These pat­terns were seen ev­ery­where, from jack­ets, shirts to trousers. The brand Bode sported these bold prints, which evoked a sense of an­drog­yny.

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