Designers looking to take men’s denim to the next level sent looks down the runway that were bleached to the max. Expect to see more of these type of no holds barred finishes for Fall.
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Remember back in the early aughts when men embraced pink in a big way? They were all pink button downs, pink baseball caps, some even wore pink sneakers, all with no hint of threat to their masculinity. The ubiquity of pink was a rare moment in men's fashion so it's not surprising that it's taken so long for men to embrace uber-feminine colors again.
Yellow seems to be the color of choice this time around. As a matter of fact, it was impossible to ignore on the runways in Milan. From trousers to man bags, from canary to pastels, designers made yellow safe for men everywhere. And made it that much easier for us to emulate their looks.
Scroll down to see the yellow clad men of Milan…
SWEATSHIRTS AND SWEATERS
Other than the black trimmed offering by Andrea Incontri, tops in varying shades and tints of yellow could easily be seen as unisex. Take the mustard yellow leather tee by Les Hommes or the slim pale crew-neck by Jil Sander, both are genderless and would appeal to men and women. Imagine a future where you and your guy are sharing the same shirts. It could happen… Maybe.