The Menswear Fall 2019 Shows Are Like a Crystal Ball for Upcoming Trends

Balmain
Ann Demeulemeester
Dsquared2
John Richmond
Kenzo
M1992
Paul Smith
Prada
Heron Preston
Versace


Balmain

Designer Olivier Rousteing played with black and white by layering a distressed bouclé jacket on top of a shredded cobweb knit top. Tailored trousers and white sneakers accessorized with a quilted newsboy cap and chain-link belt keep things grounded. 

Ann Demeulemeester

Ann Demeulemeester blends a rock ‘n’ roll vibe and traditional tailoring by reimagining a deconstructed classic white oxford shirt as a strapless tie-up top. It’s styled with relaxed drawstring trousers tucked into chunky boots and finished off with a headscarf and feather necklace.

Dsquared2

Dsquared2’s Dan and Dean Caten went for a hedonistic take on grunge by pairing a band shirt with a sexy micro mini with stud-and-chain detailing. The look was completed with an over-the-top fiery coat and knee-high boots, creating a psychedelic  look that makes for opulent streetwear.

John Richmond

John Richmond mashed up military elements with some cowboy aesthetic through a utilitarian camo print dress featuring Western details on the collar, cuffs and hem. The look was finished off with steel-toed fringed knee-high boots.

Kenzo

Kenzo’s Carol Lim and Humberto Leon took inspiration from the psychedelic murals of artist Pablo Amaringo to inspire this optical print dress. The shocking pink shade was matched with equally bright patent lace-up boots.

M1992

Dorian Stefano Tarantini went the retro route with a zip-up A-line minidress with flounced cuffs paired with printed leggings and graphic suede booties for an updated take on a mod aesthetic.

Paul Smith

Paul Smith brought the countryside to the city by blending heritage checks with fine English suiting. The designer played with layers with a longer pinstripe dress shirt, cropped trousers and surprising pops of leopard print.

Prada

Miuccia Prada’s take on utility translated as both feminine and edgy with a military-inspired strapless top tucked into a high-waisted illustrated floral skirt. The designer cinched the look with a double-layer leather belt while keeping it casual with bold lugsole shoes and a quirky trapper hat.

Heron Preston

Heron Preston took inspiration from the 90s with his updated double denim look, featuring oversized pockets glammed up with a tonal-dyed faux fur coat and sharp boots.

Versace

Donatella Versace knows how to bring sexy into sportswear with a vibrant, deep V-neck blouse tucked into high-waisted boxing shorts. The look is topped off with a boxy blazer and finished with statement socks and elaborate strappy heels.

Images: Imaxtree

Fashion insiders got an early preview of things to come for Fall 2019 at the Men’s Fashion Week shows over in Milan and Paris. From deconstructed menswear ideals to youthful reinterpretations of beloved decades, the runways were peppered with womenswear trends to look forward to next season.

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