The 15 top men’s fashion trends for spring-summer 2023
While winter was feel-good and comforting, next summer will be hot and nostalgic.
How will men dress for spring-summer 2023?
This season more than ever, men are encouraged to uninhibit themselves through formidable pieces like jockstraps, micro-skirts, and crop tops. On the other hand, the madness that exists around the 2000s and the MTV generation is part of the overflowing creativity of designers. Look back in pictures on the fashion trends that will make the men’s spring-summer 2023 including: biker influences, full denim looks, western accents, cargo pants, and floral prints.
The summer of 2023 is all about uninhibition for designers who create new forms of clothing where sexy appeal reigns supreme. Explore the jockstraps worn with a skirt, cropped blazer jackets, and BDSM references.
Spotted on Bella Hadid and Elsa Hosk, the biker trend is making a comeback in the men’s wardrobe with a plethora of racing jackets, gloves and protective pants inspired by the motorcycle aesthetic. The material of choice is leather, again and again.
Next summer‘s fashion statement? Men will partially strip to reveal a resolutely masculine part of the body: the torso. Enhanced by translucent pieces at Dior, an open shirt worn effortlessly on the shoulders at Etro, or in crop top form at Courrèges this is a trend to look out for.
Practical and comfortable, denim is everywhere! At Y/Project, Fendi and Prada to name a few, jeans are reinvented and worn with flair. We love the denim on denim look.
Of course, designers have also succumbed to the craze that exists around the 2000s. The young brand Mowalola offers a grunge version, while JW Anderson designed looks that could well please the MTV generation.
The most iconic Texas stereotype is conquering the fashion sphere this season and infusing itself into the inspirations of prominent designers. The most adored pieces are cowboy boots and Western shirts, revised for a 2022 style.
The flower, in all its forms, has become a major inspiration for designers. Some reinterpret it in the form of patterns like Louis Vuitton, while others give it a literal meaning, like at Loewe and Marine Serre.
Trust us, you’ll swear by this pants trend: with its army lines and streetwear influences, the cargo model delivers a neo-soldier look, with at least two signature pockets (or plenty of them for Reese Cooper).
Prints are an integral part of the collections of the season, as can be seen Marine Serre, Ahluwalia, or Kenzohecks, who use checks, stripes, tie dye, and more.
Hoodies and wide shorts is the signature combo of the skateboarder from California. JW Anderson takes the theme literally with a sweater directly adorned with a broken skateboard.
Back to childhood
The innocence and naivety of childhood takes over shirts, sweatshirts and T-shirts with patterns straight out of the imagination of designers: a mushroom, a seahorse, figurative characters, and more.
From season to season, year after year, the trench coat remains a staple of outerwear. We wear it in its most classic version (a little oversized to boost the look), or deconstructed for a much more fashionable vibe.
Let us convince you to add color to your wardrobe with this season’s bold, visually impactful, and acidic color coup. Dare to color-block!
Both comfy and fashionable, tracksuit bottoms are becoming an essential to wear at home or in the city.
No, pajamas are not just for bedtime, at least not according to houses and designers like Emporio Armani, Givenchy and Bianca Saunders, who are making them one of the strongest pieces of the summer 2023.
Translation by Anissa Agrama
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