1 Crayola Bolder colors in menswear have been on the runway for a while now, but this season, it’s all about searing Crayola shades. Gone are the days of bright hues worn as accents; now the focus is full-on for outerwear, jackets, bags and hats.
2 Denim Everyone’s favorite fabric has made what’s old new again. Tom Ford gave us the hip denim-on-denim effect with sleek jackets and shirts paired with jeans, while Prada delivered chic, fitted denim suits with piqued lapels, as well as cropped jackets worn with pullovers, jeans and sandals. If sandals aren’t your thing, trainers are the next best option.
3 Training Day Trainers—the haute version of the everyday running shoe—continue to reign as the footwear of choice for designers. Also referred to as “kicks,” they’re the ultimate versatile accessory, pairing well with everything, notably suiting. If Alexander McQueen, Dior Homme and Louis Vuitton are too high style for your taste, go casual with Adidas Stan Smith in canvas or leather.