Current fashion trends at the fall-winter 2011-2012 men's collections Featured

Index of top fashion designers and their runway shows and presentations
by 21 January 2011

Click on the list below to read Luxos reviews of the runway fashion shows and presentations seen at the fall-winter 2011-2012 men's collections in Milan
Alberto Guardiani
Bottega Veneta
Brioni
Burberry Prorsum

Canali
Cesare Paciotti
Corneliani
Costume National Homme
De Wan

Dirk Bikkembergs Sport Couture

Emporio Armani
Ermanno Scervino

Ermenegildo Zegna
Etro
Franck Boclet
Furla

Gianfranco Ferré
Giorgio Armani
Giuliano Fujiwara
Gucci
Haute
Iceberg


Jimmy Choo
John Richmond

John Varvatos
Larusmiani
Les Hommes
Massimo Sforza
Missoni
Moncler Gamme Bleu
Ports 1961
Prada
Salvatore Ferragamo
Sergio Rossi
Tod's
Trussardi 1911
Versace
Vivienne Westwood
Z Zegna


Work and play
"What does the season look like? What are the trends for fall-winter 2011-2012?" This is the question that the fashion journalists were receiving as they waited for the next runway show to begin. As usual, there were some dominant themes, variations on themes, and some departures from the major themes, reflecting the degree to which brands are capable of ignoring or reinterpreting the future concepts scouted and reported by cool hunters and trend spotters a couple of years ahead of the target season. Colours for fall-winter 2011-2012 were basically the entire range of greys and blacks, plus white, beige, camel, and some accent colours, strawberry red, bordeaux red, light green, electric blue and a few others. Looks echoed 1930s blue-collar workers, the 1950s Gattaca-type perfection of clean-shaven efficiency, immaculate evening dress, grunge-type wanderers, chunky knitwear, oversized, aggressive footwear, and a lot of pockets. Trenchcoats and aviator jackets were a virtually constant feature, though in many variants on the classical themes.

Shoes were oversized, aggressive and chunky, with sharks-tooth profile soles of greater thickness than previously, and with details that ranged from zip-on gaiters to Swarovski crystals inset into the toes.