Spring 2016 collections brought back traditional colours, modern shapes and a range of unexpected accessories for the hotter months. From 50’s inspired shirts to overalls, this guide will help with navigating the latest men’s fashion trends for your new Spring/Summer 2016 wardrobe.
1. Fifties Shirts
Remember that dress you swore you'd wear every day for the rest of your life, but ended up wearing only once? Or the trendy skirt you bought because all the fashion bloggers and celebrities were wearing it even though it doesn't necessarily flatter your curves?We're all guilty of buying things we thought we'd need at least once in our lives. To help you make sure that you don't spend a single peso on an item that you'd never wear, we're listing down five tips for making a purchase:
For every woman who just can’t with another floral, frilly, or wildly printed swimsuit, we have 10 best bikini sets and separates all offered in a refreshing shade of black. No crazy patterns, no clashing colors, just black.
Althought Antonio Banderas is an actor and producer, but he is interested in fashion. Lately the 55-year-old actor has been studying fashion design at Central Saint Martins in London. On May 25th he presented his first collection in collaboration with Selected, a Scandinavian high-street label that is led by head designer Daniel Struzinski.
After a jaunt to Rio de Janeiro for Louis Vuitton’s 2017 Cruise show, the international fashion press were brought to Blighty, under appropriately Dior-grey skies, for that august label’s latest outing. Cruise, or resort, is the name affixed to the current season underway, a relative newcomer to the catwalk calendar that sits between autumn/winter and spring/summer. It came across those monikers for the simple reason that it drops into stores around November, when the suitably well-dressed and deep-pocketed are thinking not of winter coats but of winter coasts for December vacations. The travel theme has stuck with many designers’ interpretations - never mind the fact these interim collections now account for 60 per cent or more of labels’ incomes, making these clothes a bedrock of designer fashion brands today.