Spring/Summer 2016 Fashion Trend: Prints Go Bold
When it comes to prints this season, go big or go home. Playing with proportion and scale, designers like Katie Eary turned up the ante on prints, while also injecting their collections with a vibrant use of color. Meanwhile, James Long delivered prints fit for the modern hippie and Coach broke its serious mold, perfecting the image of the skater boy.
Spring/Summer 2016 Fashion Trend: Military Sport / Desert Campaign
Referencing its archives, Belstaff led the military-themed charge this season, bypassing the usual and embracing a dusty, desert color palette. Injecting their own flair into the season’s discourse, Christopher Raeburn and Maharishi had different takes on camouflage and relaxed desert looks.
Spring/Summer 2016 Fashion Trend: Electric Colors
Bright, bold colors manifested themselves in a variety of styles for the latest edition of London Collections: Men. Designer Craig Green turned heads with an electric meeting of east and west, while Richard James energized a sartorial outing. Not the label to shy away from adventurous moves, Astrid Andersen dressed her man in bubblegum pink for a show-stopping look.
Spring/Summer 2016 Fashion Trend: Nude / Second Skin
Make a reveal this season with a flash of skin. The ultimate standout was Burberry Prorsum and Christopher Bailey’s use of lace for both ties and shirts. Bringing the androgynous factor, J.W. Anderson offered a sheer nude top while Lou Dalton showcased a transparent white for the perfect sporty summer.
Spring/Summer 2016 Fashion Trend: Striped Coordinates
Revisit stripes with coordinated ensembles. A look that never goes out of style, Xander Zhou added stripes to a yin and yang inspired collection. A chic striped alternative presented itself with Topman Design’s new outing, while Agi & Sam slimmed out its stripes for quite the distinctive look.