The Fall/Winter 2023 menswear season has already begun, and we’ve rounded up our favorite moments from fashion giants like Fendi, Zegna and more. Follow the news, starting with a sophisticated cut and ending with minimalism. We continue to bring you the best accents and looks for the Fall/Winter season.
Here’s what you’ve been missing from the Fall/Winter 2023 menswear season:
IN Louis Vuitton the fall/winter 2023 collection was created by the house’s design team together with an American designer and artist KidSupe. The collection focuses on the idea of growing up, portrayed through playful designs and silhouettes. The show started with a surprise from the singer Rosalia. Models marched in oversized suits, trench coats and puffer jackets that showcase a heavy mix of bold patterns and wild colors. The color palette focuses on vibrant hues such as lilac, neon green, orange, blue and burgundy, as well as earthy tones such as black, brown and white.
Dior creative director Kim Jones paid tribute to the late Yves Saint Laurent with his Fall/Winter 2023 collection. The collection was a fusion of old tailoring techniques with a modern approach. This season’s silhouette focuses on utilitarian clothing, lightweight knitwear and leather jackets. Among the accessories, new footwear was showcased, including 3D-printed shoes and boots. The show was attended by David Beckham, Naomi Campbell, J Balvin, Robert Pattinson, Gwendoline Christie and Eddie Redmayne, as well as BTS members Jimin and J-Hope.
This season, Loewe creative director JW Anderson focused on unconventional silhouettes. The signature piece of the collection was literally a metal jacket, embossed in the shape of the wearer. Other pieces included frozen wool and velvet coats that didn’t budge an inch even as the models walked the catwalk. The rest of the products were distinguished by large silhouettes, such as jackets, coats, trousers, as well as bags.
The inspiration behind our roundup of the best menswear fashion moments for Autumn/Winter 2023 is none other than Fendi. It’s all about cool pieces for the season. Designed by Silvia Venturini Fendi, the collection explores asymmetric silhouettes with dynamic movement and crisp, layered elements for a ready-to-wear wardrobe. As neutrals and deep tones take the catwalk, you’ll see coveted silhouettes like blankets, ponchos, cardigans, double-breasted coats and more to reflect a cozy yet highly sophisticated personality for the fall/winter season.
Under the name “Cashmere Oasis” Zegna continues to push the boundaries, championing the art of tailoring with a modern touch. Under the direction of Alessandro Sartori, the Italian luxury brand takes on the everyday with a flawless look. Of course, Zegna’s signature silhouettes with sleek cuts grabbed the attention, but accents like cropped bomber jackets, elongated coats, blousons, polo shirts and cardigans took the breath away. In neutral tones with a splash of primary, these casual and elegant uniforms are a way to create the capsule wardrobe of your dreams that will serve any fashion enthusiast all year round. In the world of Zegna, mastering the art of layering is all you need to do now for the year.
With that in mind, 2022 has been an eventful year for Gucci. From noticeable cooperation with Palace and Harry Styles to departure of creative director Alessandro Michele., Fall/Winter 2023 menswear is a way to hit the refresh button to set the tone for 2023. Designed by the brand’s in-house design team, the collection uses improvisation as a methodology. In this case, the fashion house uses the Maison’s greatest hits, from Tom Ford’s Y2K era to 80s sportswear, to create an “improvised” collection. You’ll see a reinterpretation of monogrammed canvas covering a house from the 70s and motorcycle apparel as a nod to the early 2000s. that’s not all Individual details, such as the lining of deconstructed tracksuits, are used as decorative details. At the same time, traditional evening trousers are also transformed into floor-length skirts to pay tribute to improvisation. Simply put, the Fall/Winter 2023 collection is a refreshing trip down memory lane, and we love it.
A collection presented by the powerful duo of Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons , explores the basics of fashion through simplicity and modernism. To embody this idea, the collection opened with a wave of tailored suits with contrasting disco collars on blazer lapels, followed by various outerwear pieces and open-chested cardigans. Another feature to look out for are the billowing bomber jackets — in cropped and oversized versions — that tap into streetwear elements with a sophisticated feel. Color tones in neutral colors, with the occasional bright hue in orange, green, red, brown and blue, dominate the catwalk. As simplicity and minimalism continue to set the tone for Autumn/Winter, Prada’s menswear collection confirms that these are essential pieces that everyone is coveting.