The Most Wearable Collections at Men’s Fashion Week

The Most Wearable Collections at Men’s Fashion Week

From cozy sweaters to statement shirts, here are wearable looks from Men’s Fashion Week



Let’s face it, menswear is having a moment. From the statement blouses (yes, blouses!) at YSL to the avant-garde shapes at Loewe and even the corsetry at Alexander McQueen, men’s fashion has never been more diverse and free of the typical societal concepts of masculinity. 


That said, there are still collections that adhered to wearability, but that’s not to say that these brands opted to boring traditions. What is considered “wearable” these days anyway? Sometimes we forget that those boundaries can be pushed. It’s 2023; you can practically wear whatever you want! So, if you’re looking for some ideas when it comes to cool ‘fits you can sport this season, here are some collections to check out!


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Saint Laurent

Men can wear blouses, too! Saint Laurent pushes this narrative beautifully as designer Anthony Vaccarello merges the idea of the femme fatale-meets-dashing debonair. Enter pussy bow tops in both sheer and structural fabric, high-waisted cinched trousers that are fluid and long, and 80s-style statement shoulders in the form of coats and dinner jackets. It is a beautiful feast for the eyes, and we're loving the injection of femininity throughout. 



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Some lines can be blurred when it comes to fashion, and at Dior, suits still reign supreme. But with the addition of the kilt or skirting that works beautifully against cozy and oversized knits that are styled as if “half on and half off.” The collection is definitely a display of coziness and, if there's one thing to takeaway, it's that men should be able to wear skirts without judgment; they look particularly good against statement outerwear. When it comes to suiting, the brand suggests you go slouchy and opt for a more relaxed silhouette. Perfect for when you're too lazy to look sleek. 



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Dries Van Noten

At Dries Van Noten, the designer doesn’t fail to put print at the forefront of every collection time and time again. For fall, it’s all about abstract prints and dark florals layered together or worn apart as statement pieces. One thing’s for sure, layering is key, and a statement print can dress up a simple jacket or a pair of cargo pants.



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The urban man rules at Hermès. According to Creative Director Véronique Nichanian, it's all about dressing for the out-and-about city man. This definitely reflects in the collection that plays around with a lot of leather (the core material of the luxury brand), structural bottoms like straight-cut trousers and the classic moto jacket. If this is proof of anything, it’s that classics never go out of style.



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Louis Vuitton

At Louis Vuitton, the thesis is simple: when in doubt, wear a suit. It always works. But suiting has evolved over the years, and this season, most designers agree that it’s all about looking relaxed. Colm Dillane’s team knows how important it is to create attention-grabbing garb, and they did just that. Most suits and co-ords have pop art prints and patchworking that are pretty crafty. It’s all about making a loud statement.



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Alexander McQueen

Corsetry for menswear; why not? Sarah Burton is the queen of precision when it comes to her menswear collections, and this one is no different. At McQueen, it’s all about the beauty of the man’s silhouette with body-melding suits that curve and create beautiful pristine lines to accentuate the waist. Again, femininity is not to be feared anymore and we’re all for it!



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Other than ENHYPHEN’s internet-breaking appearance, the collection is a cerebral take on the suit with statement collars ruling almost every look. At Prada, it’s all about outerwear and how you can match it with a shirt sporting an oversized collar—an obvious touch of '70s flair.



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We can’t wait to see how you’ll style your looks inspired by Men’s Fashion Week! 



Words Maura Rodriguez

Art Matthew Ian Fetalver 


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