Continuing our last article about the coolest runway looks from Men’s Spring 2020 shows. Find out which three designers wowed us the most this season!
Valentino’s Spring 2020 collection is one of our favourites! The show opened with an oversize orange and purple shirt combined with a pair of wide cropped pants and chunky sneakers, so relaxed and very chic! This look then set the template for the whole lineup that was filled with sportswear aesthetic, jumpers, and even tunics, all with lovely psychedelic prints and embroideries. The blue printed suit jacket almost at the end of the show was probably our favourite look from this collection.
Jacquemus always knows how to create a show-stopping event. A day after the close of Paris Fashion Week Men’s, everyone was going to the South of France to attend Jacquemus’ Spring 2020 Menswear show. And yep, the show was held in a stunning lavender field with a never-ending pink carpet as the runway, it was breathtaking.
For the looks, we thought Simon really knows how to nail summer clothing, he had some undeniably beautiful pieces. They were all very simple yet so detailed, and wearable too — and that’s the most important part. You can see printed, laser-burned patterns appeared on shirts. Crisp white cotton shirt worn with blue shorts. A shocking pink top was layered under a lime colored jacket and completed with an orange printed short shorts! The styling was so cool and fresh. It’s what you want to wear for breezy summer days. Simon is just amazing as a designer. His collections and fashion shows have never disappointed us. It just blew us away.
Oh, this collection was so fresh yet super elegant too. The tailoring was top notch, everything felt like they’re summer friendly, but still having this sculptural and flamboyant touch to it. The colors were exquisite too! You can see an all-white sheer bomber jacket with bright blue print that looked like rippled water picture made of watercolor. Pink turtleneck sweater was tucked into a pair of cool chino pants in khaki. Silky panels draped around a single lapel, white sash dipped in deep blue dye just came out from under a suit jacket, so the details were amazing. Everything was actually really easy on the eyes.