Spring Summer Trend Guide: For Him

With Summer fast approaching we have delved into this season’s must-have trends, to give your Summer wardrobe a much needed style boost.

Camouflage –

The camouflage renaissance boom has its roots firmly placed back in 2013, but this season there has certainly been a shift from seasons gone-by. The camouflage print ironically is a stand-out print in fashion and Faith Connexion’s camouflage SS17 pieces are some of this season’s must-have’s, with the likes of Beyonce and Jay Z being spotted in the designers’ creations. The rock ‘n’ roll approach to fashion can be seen in the ultimate Summer military jacket – this fringed camouflage jacket is perfect for the festival season. Definitive Coachella and Glastonbury-vibes.

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Celestial Prints –

‘Dark futurism’ a continued, non-seasonal trend is back for Spring; as the galaxies provided inspiration for many designers. Whilst Summer is often thought to be primarily shorts & t-shirt weather; a staple light-weight jacket can provide cover on those cooler evenings. KTZ‘s star-detail bomber provides both light-weight comfort, Summer-evening functionality and of course, signature KTZ grungy, futuristic-vibes.

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Two Tone –

‘Cut & sew’ two-tone is one of this seasons biggest men’s trends with many collections experimenting with the look that has typical vintage-heritage. Margiela’s brand was built upon the labels cut and sew aesthetics, and this season has retained this iconic Margiela-look. As seen on the runway shot below, two tone is not just for t-shirts – a sweatshirt and this asymmetrical shirt disproves the myth navy and black can’t be worn together.

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