Men’s Top Designer Collections FW 18/19

Courtesy of Trendstop

Trendstop’s catwalk experts bring you the essential collections and most influential designers showing across the international Men’s Fashion Weeks. Inspiring and innovative, these key styles will be impacting the direction and development of the menswear market into Fall/Winter 2018-19 and beyond.

This week, Trendstop present an exclusive look at three menswear catwalk collections. A Western influence was seen at both Louis Vuitton and Dries Van Noten, creating some of the season’s most interesting and unexpected hybrid styles. At Marni and Dries Van Noten, heritage and classic menswear codes were subverted with a darker, edgier feel. Punk elements and haphazard arts and crafts techniques transformed traditional silhouettes and played with surface texture.

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#Trendstop FW 18/19 Menswear Fashion Week on #WeConnectFashion. Marni F/W 2018-19 collection.
Image courtesy of Trendstop. Marni S/S F/W 2018-19 collection.

Louis Vuitton

#Trendstop FW 18/19 Menswear Fashion Week on #WeConnectFashion. Designer Collection: Louis Vuitton

Kim Jones’ last collection for Louis Vuitton blended the designer’s own explorations with the iconic house’s rich travel heritage.

  • Coats and jackets feature performance and utility components
  • Luxe vicuna fabrications introduce a premium aspect to outdoorwear
  • Hiking boots with a Western twist create new trekker/cowboy hybrids


#Trendstop FW 18/19 Menswear Fashion Week on #WeConnectFashion. Designer Collection: Marni

Arts and crafts were given a darker twist at Marni with a chaotic mix of textures, punchy graphics and blanket-esque layering.

  • Screen-printed illustrations by Frank Navin elevate tailored suiting
  • Trekker sandals and leg warmers introduce an outdoor aesthetic
  • Retro and craft themes highlight the collection’s ‘geek chic’ appeal

Dries Van Noten

#Trendstop FW 18/19 Menswear Fashion Week on #WeConnectFashion. Designer Collection: Dries Van Noten

Classic British menswear with a subversive twist is the basis for Dries Van Noten’s latest F/W 2018-19 collection.

  • An anarchic element comes through in the punkish pants and kilts
  • Checks and plaids are mixed and matched for an edgy take on tradition
  • Floral embroideries and fringe trim add an American West vibe
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