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Return to a Simple City -- The Silhouette Trend for Men's Jackets
Better city brings us a better life, but also causes several health risks. And relaxed sport draws much attention, because it consumes less physical energy, require low skills and needs flexible time. It balances between the city and people. Jackets bring simplicity and comfort back to S/S 2021.
Voluminous Heavy-Gauge -- The Stitch Craft Trend for Men's Knitwear
In A/W 21/22, light business knitwear focuses more on stitches. Fine stitch changes become the breakthrough of designs. Rearrangement of point, line and plane brings a new textural effect for stripes. Argyle creates novel patterns and placement cables highlight the entire feature. Basic stitch creates concave-convex textures. Worn-out design is statement-making.
A New Business Era -- The Silhouette Trend for Men's Trousers
The decline of street fashion draws the design focus on the brand itself. Trousers pursue no more novel elements but adjust the ever-lasting shape slightly according to market needs. Popular styles are diversified, such as the tailored cropped trousers with turn-up hems, tapered suit trousers and high-waist floor-length loose trousers, allowing men to extend individuality.
Long Confession -- The Thematic Pattern Trend for A/W 21/22
Social changes transform consumers' habits, and necessity economy brings simple durable products to the spotlight. Influenced by the COVID-19, "less is more" life concept has been a must. Modular all-year design will appeal to comfort-driven consumers. Home will be the haven for existentialists to soothe themselves. Modern lines and geometric patterns balance the need for safety via their simple and pure beauty. Tones covering designs and arts tell the peaceful long confession.
Novel Quality -- The Double-Faced Wool Trend for Men's Overcoats
As the protective concept prevails in A/W 21/22, characteristic and high-quality double-faced wool regains popularity in menswear. The super-thin "zero-gravity", traceable wool, tearable crafts, the one-side checked double-faced wool and dense warm fuzzy texture bring a new direction for A/W 21/22 men's double-faced wool. Compared with previous seasons, the double-faced wool exudes its different charm this season. It presents a hand-made quality and displays the protective function. Besides, healing Brown Sugar is a key color in the future, quite noteworthy.
3D Effect -- The Pattern Craft Trend for Menswear
3D effect is concave-convex, bringing a strong visual impact. Embossment, textural jacquard, 3D embroidery and 3D decorations all contribute to statement-making 3D patterns.
Long Confession -- A/W 21/22 Theme Fabric Trend for Menswear
Social turmoil and social distancing lead to changes of working and living habits. In the post-coronavirus era, protective and healing designs as well as simple soothing home life have become the definite trend for A/W 21/22. Data shows 55% of the global population mention the home aesthetics and Wabisabi from January to April 2020. At present, home has become the haven for existentialists to heal themselves. Just like Claire Dickinson says, the home space plays a vital role in relieving stress and anxiety. Home, brings spiritual comfort and provides infinite possibilities for A/W 21/22 business menswear fabrics.
City Dwellers -- The Silhouette Trend for Men's Puffa Jackets
As a functional clothing, puffa jackets are mainly basic styles. With the development of urban outdoor style and renewed designs, functional business fashion brings new highlights. From combined fabrics like corduroy and satin to color application, from upgraded silhouette to ingenious details and various quilting, from combination of function with fashion to the addition of business, puffa jackets have been a featured item for brands.
Urban Vagrants -- The Silhouette Trend for Men's Leather Coats
With the improvement of people's living standard and consumption consciousness, escaping from the city and embracing nature has become an important trend. The primitive charm of nature once gain call on people to escape from the busy city and return back to the essence of life. Men's leather coats incline to utilitarianism, create a healing vibe through personalized details, and convey the casual and free fashion attitude.
Gentleman Magician -- The Silhouette Trend for Men's Suits
In recent years, various styles are mixed, and business style is also subverted. Fused styles, innovative designs, silhouette changed and diversified details, all show a younger trend. Deconstruction and splicing of Basscoutur, layered plackets of Balmain and mock-layer of Comme des Garcons Homme Plus perfectly interpret multiple possibilities of business suits.
Long Confession -- A/W 21/22 Theme Trend
Social unrest drives the change of consumers' habits and hobbies, while necessity consumption contributes to the continuous popularity of simple and durable products. Currently, the laissez-faire of liberalism is replaced by the refined restraint, which leads to the change of design direction under this theme. Influenced by this pandemic, "less is more" has been a must, and modular durable design will attract restrained consumers. The home will become a self-healing haven for existentialists, and bring a positive, optimistic, time-rich lifestyle. 60% of the world's population will stay at home from January and April 2020. Under stay-at-home economy, consumption and aesthetics will grow a lot, and artists balance the secure emotion with the beauty of simplicity and purity. The concept of trans-seasonal consumption of simple necessities has become a basic appeal, which is conducive to creating a lasting and considerate brand.
Retro and Leisure-luxe -- The Fabric Trend for Men's Wool
From catwalks of A/W 20/21 menswear and the latest issue of ALBERTO&ROY for A/W 21/22 menswear, we can see designers begin to explore fashion, classical furnishings, as well as the art of retro aesthetics in interior design, and draw some inspiration from them. Weird wool, tweed with dual visual effects, disruptive wool with yarn knot and lightweight double-faced flannel all inject a leisure-luxe feel to A/W 21/22 menswear.
Natural Scenery in Painting -- The Pattern Trend for Menswear
The nature is charming. Artists use cameras or paintbrushes to record the beautiful scenery, and designers combine the art with fashion. In S/S 2021, hand-drawing is the main express technique of scenery pattern, renewing the regular abstract pattern or layered collage.
Navy Blazer -- The Thematic Color Trend for Menswear
In S/S 2021, color is not restricted to season any more. Dim street light illumines lonely pedestrians. Navy Blazer in the gloom seems to tell the story of city. Deep tone gives a more melancholy hue.
Evening Sand -- The Thematic Color Trend for Menswear
Romantic sand pink at sunset witnesses the beautiful encounter of lonely people in the noisy city. Art and culture influence the modern urban life. And this greyish Evening Sand becomes soft and elegant, enhances the appeal and adds a young feeling to men's business leisure style.
Continuing the Urban Classic -- The Craft Trend for Men's Business Leisure Leather Outerwear
As consumers pursue high-quality and individual clothing, in A/W 21/22, men's business leather outerwear changes, revealing an elevated simple luxury feel. The outerwear in A/W 21/22 pays more attention to individual details on simple styles, such as the stacked pockets, back design, double zippers, linear design on garment body, slit on cuffs and placket design, enhancing fun and the visual impact.
Psychedelic Optical Art -- The Pattern Trend for Menswear
Optical Art is an art that uses optical illusion as a technique of expression. It produces the illusion of vibration or deformation through a dynamic picture created by color and geometrics. The black and white optical artworks created by the British painter Bridget Riley in the 1960s became the inspiration for fashion designers, and drove the craze for optical art trend which led to a greater diversity of clothing designs. Taking a look at the A/W 20/21 four fashion weeks, we can see psychedelic patterns are widely applied in this season. With the return of vintage trend, designers reinterpret the Optical Art in this season.
Rebirth of Classics -- The Silhouette Trend for Men's Polo Shirts
Originally Polo shirts were worn by aristocrats when they played Polo. Later, the Polo style was applied to other sportswear and even casual wear, so it was also called as golf shirts or tennis shirts. It was tennis player Rene Lacoste who really came up with the modern polo shirt. He launched his own polo shirt brand, Lacoste, in 1933. In 1971, tennis player Ralph Lauren introduced Polo Ralph Lauren, a casual product line, and used the Polo logo. For the next 20 years Polo flourished, beating out Lacoste to become the iconic Polo shirt brand. Nowadays, Polo shirts are suitable for a wide range of occasions. In S/S 2021, Polo shirts take on a young and fashionable new business style in terms of collar change, different materials, colors and patterns on the collar.
Voluminous Architectural Aesthetics -- The Silhouette Trend for Men's Suits
Looking at the A/W 20/21 catwalks, the voluminous architectural H-line is influencing A/W 20/21 men's business leisure suits to a large extent. The H-line suit with shoulder pads and a lengthened silhouette reflects suits are developing towards the young leisure style. The wrapped plackets, wide-shoulder, double-breasted three-button and peak lapels reveal a neat architectural feeling.
Simple Letters -- The Pattern Trend for Menswear
Letter is indispensable for the fashion industry. Taking a look at A/W 20/21 shows, brands prefer to use simple designs. The combination of different fonts, redesign of letters and the change of decoration parts inject novelty, simple yet not ordinary.
Recreated Classic Art -- The Confirmation of Menswear Color Trend
Recreated Classic Art is one of A/W 20/21 theme color trends released by POP in July 2019, reflecting in this chaotic era blended art has a great appeal. British designer Paul Smith brings a street feel to gentlemen in highrises, which means classic mix is a new black for businessmen's wear. Time-tested looks and mixed design give suits a street chic touch. We respect classics but not replicate theme. We recreate them with modern forms. In the four fashion weeks which just end, the art is awakened, injecting the artistic fashion into the classic quality sense.