This year there were plenty of fashion designers dedicating their spring collections to smart clothing. Here we revisit the brands that made some big impressions on the catwalk with their men's style collections.
According to Fashion TV, this year’s spring/summer collection by British brand Aquascutum was inspired by clothes they made for the Rolling Stones back in the 1980s. The brand focused on fairly neutral tones this season, sticking to a professional twist with blue and checkered jackets.
This year Burberry combined fitted trench coats, skinny ties and crochet designs in earthy tones for a lightweight collection. Keeping the weather in mind, many of the jackets were also designed for practical use with water-repellant and weatherproof materials.
Dunhill began its collection with formal attire, embracing the iconic British top hat and morning suit jacket. Soon to follow was a celebration of traditional country wear with tones of green and brown. The collection also featured classic barber jackets as well as striped and paisley ties.
Tom Ford's collection this year showcased sharp suits with clean lines and striped ties. The tuxedos also featured psychedelic designs for a modern, playful twist - men's style at its quirkiest!
A truly dapper show, Cifonelli perfectly channeled the image of a Parisian gentleman. Featuring shades of blue and grey, as well as silky ties and pocket squares, this was one of the most impressive Spring men's style shows of the year. Cifonelli didn’t stop there though, his collection also included more flamboyant, floral designs but we’ll let you decide the verdict on those...