February 2, 2015  —  by

Menswear F/W 2015 Highlights

credit: Dazed and Confused

The menswear collections for fall/winter season 2015, have already ended, all around the world and our favorite designers for once again had surprised us with new inspirational clothes and ideas, trying to create an invitational step for the future of menswear fashion.  Lately, menswear fashion weeks had won the spotlit of the media and over the past few years many had said that “menswear is becoming  the new womenswear”. Either way for this season we saw many exciting or shocking things like the pant-less males models at Rick Owens show or the the gender-bending trend at many fashion shows at Milan, but most important we came across with many new trends for the upcoming season. And while everybody took a small break through the Haute Couture season in Paris and waiting for the womenswear fashion shows to start, we ask ourselves, if it’s possible the menswear trends to create a foresight for the next big runways shows.

Walter Van Beirendonck opened his fashion show with an almost naked model who was wearing a statement PVC  clear t-shirt  with the message “stop terrorising  our world” bringing immediately a strong social and political problem to the table. His collection was also as strong as the message, with bright colors, embossed pieces and complex prints. Walter, wasn’t the only one trying to play with words this season. The Liverpudlian uprising designer Christopher Shannon presented a collection with messages like “Broken” and “Thanks for nothing”.