During the last decade we have seen enormous changes in men’s fashion trends and people from all over the world have accepted this change. Since the summer is almost over, so have all the major fashion weeks around the world. This includes the major fashion weeks for men including Paris, Rome, Tokyo, and New York.
Ever since the end of the fashion week, not just new collection by established designers was in competition with each other but also the new-found designers. Ever since the fashion weeks have ended, it has come to the public’s mind that the men’s collection is very versatile among different designers. For example, Zenga’s new men’s collection has a very “modern street” look to it while Gucci tried to make a more approachable look for the men’s collection.
But that is just for the formal wear collections of the designers. The majority of the designers, both new and established, tried to go for simplicity mixed with the colors of the street style for their casual collection. Many people have argued that this sudden move towards the street look, even for famous designers such as Gucci, Armani, and YSL, is due to the fact that the Japanese fashion trend is taking over the world, which includes an outfits consisting of various colors with a very street yet smart look for the people who are buying the items.
Men, especially in places such as Europe, prefer to go for a more versatile look for themselves because it not only looks approachable but also fits in for various non-business occasions, such as parties, dinners, or just a simple night out with friends.
As for the new formal wear collections by the designers, many have tried to emulate the fashion trends of the 1960s and 1970s and try their best to bring the fashion back but in a much more 21st-century style, creating a perfect mixture of the fashion trends of two very different eras.
During the last decade, we have seen enormous changes in men's fashion trends and people from all over the world have accepted this change.