The men’s spring/summer 2020 collections shown in Paris and the Italian cities of Florence and Milan earlier this June, is that designers and brands took a big stab at redefining men. And, for the record, anything goes. (After all, in this gender-fluid world, who makes the rules about who gets to wear a dress or the color pink or carry a handbag?)
The big takeaway — both on the runways and the reaction on social media — appeared to be that exploring one’s identity is the way to live in 2020.
The runway collections do manage to address a long-standing complaint about menswear being boring. (Yes, color matters!) And they also appear to explore the cultural shifts happening now globally as everyday people — not just celebrities — define themselves on their own terms, particularly when it comes to subjects such as sexuality and gender.
So whether you opt for floral, pastel or deep colored reinvented ASYMETRICAL suits, the look are ELEGANT and far removed from the previous seasons grunge and streetwear. A definite throwback to the sixties and seventies is noticed
The 2020 man is confident in his choices, ready to dare and not afraid of defying the norm.
Technology has taken a back seat in the coming season with less “tech wear” which is a welcome change
Hair trends are longer styles , tending towards that neo-70’s feel.
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