Tone Shift: 9 Trends from the Fall 2023 Menswear Collections

Gerard Ortiz

There was a tone change this year at the menswear exhibits. In advance of the collections, I spoke to some of my favored menswear prophets and industry experts, looking for a vibe-test. Most of them agreed that the drop 2023 year was going to usher in a return to tailoring, and that the over-all frame of mind would lean into classicality and a renewed outlook on standard magnificence. 

This was true of some of the season’s most-talked about demonstrates: At Saint Laurent, Anthony Vaccarello established an uncompromising symbiotic romantic relationship involving his women’s and men’s collections, the decadent glamour of the former informing the latter, even though Kim Jones doubled down on his passionate, couture-like vision for menswear at Dior Guys with expressive cutting and luxurious materials that established a high bar for the year. Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons introduced a selection rooted in classic silhouettes, re-reduce as if to alter to the fashionable “man.” And right after seasons of playful and defiant Duchampian experimentation at Loewe, Jonathan Anderson presented a palette cleanser, as well formulating an important wardrobe built of lush silks, leathers, and…metal. 

If the past few many years represented a departure from tradition—away from cleanse-cut tailoring, leather soles, and sartorial elegance—2023 finds designers eager to rework the classics, only now they are implementing what they’ve gleaned from fashion’s modern experimentations with queer aesthetics, womenswear staples, loungewear, and streetwear. 

Tailoring is no more time merely the corporate uniform, but yet another device key for remixing alongside with the rest of our wardrobes. Sloping shoulders and broad-shouldered, pulled-forward chopping were being two directional suggestions this time, and designers uncovered classic business-have on ripe for an update. Now a additional common sight in men’s collections, skirts went long, at past locating a singular silhouette flexible plenty of for all menswear wearers (that maxis were being trending at the women’s collections last yr is no coincidence). Draped, sheer, and embellished “going out tops” presented a potent, centered message this season, too—it’s time to leave those people black tees driving and costume up. 

Somewhere else, down jackets advanced into outlandish electric power puff experiments, when the loungewear and athleisure that were being so necessary in the early section of the pandemic have been remodeled into legitimate heading-out propositions. Browse together for 9 developments from the tumble 2023 menswear exhibits that established the tone for the yr in advance.

The Heading Out Top 

So long, fundamental tees. 

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