The Fall-Winter 2023 men’s fashion trends reaffirm the legacy of longstanding brands while new emerging factors continue to progress.
The trends of men’s fashion in 2023 continue to highlight confidence, vibrant spirit, and sensuality. “Smart” clothes (for going out rather than going to work) are back in full swing, while leather jackets, suits, and grunge styles continue to be created with freshness. Let’s look at the trends of Fall-Winter 2023 collections from Grinds Shop.
Grungecore dominates men’s fashion.
It is easy to see that the runways are filled with grunge-inspired outfits that evoke the end of the world with flannel shirts and torn sweaters. The grunge style significantly influences men’s clothing this season, with dirty jeans and striped patterns reminiscent of Kurt Cobain being brought to EgonLab and Gucci, along with spiderweb sweaters at
Dries Van Noten.
Givenchy also has a dusty highlight with snake patterns on sweaters and denim layered together in a Frankenstein-inspired fashion, true to the spirit of “take what you can and run fast.” This may be a statement about the world’s chaos, but everything is tied together in a clothing collection.
Large, long overcoats with pointed collar details are prevalent in Fall-Winter 2023. SAINT LAURENT brings the most theatrical version – a floor-length overcoat with striped patterns and a padded shoulder part – reminiscent of villainous movie characters.
AMI PARIS, Auralee, and Emporio Armani also have many new and impressive designs that you can choose from. They are associated with muted color palettes such as beige, cream, and charcoal gray, making them eye-catching but still elegant and sophisticated.
Men’s fashion and the liberation of bare skin
This is a trend you can easily follow: take off your shirt. Body liberation is a trend in men’s fashion. Like the suit without a dress shirt dominates the red carpet, bare-chested masculinity also appears on the runway.
Rick Owens, Fendi, and Dolce & Gabbana bring suits without dress shirts inside (except for the collar). Meanwhile, Prada introduces outstanding cardigan sweaters without buttons and dress shirts. At LOEWE, the designs are cut wide, exposing the torso. JW Anderson also brings models to the runway with bizarre designs that reveal the body.
Traditional American style dominates the runway this season, fitting with American and Japanese brands such as Auralee, AMIRI, KENZO, and Kolor. They are all inspired by preppy styles and have been upgraded.
BODE, the popular American brand, introduced a collection of velvet suits, folk embroidery patterns, and priest-style woolen sweaters with a bull design that will undoubtedly make a strong impression on the growing community of fans of the brand.
Bikers return in men’s fashion.
The image of bikers is an endless source of inspiration for designers. In 2023, we will witness a more refined version of the bare-chested, dusty motorcyclist. In other words, shiny leather jackets are a trend. They are combined with wide-legged pants at Lemaire, AMI PARIS, and AMIRI. Meanwhile, 1017 ALYX 9SM creates the image of a man with an all-leather outfit with crystal-studded leather pants at the knee.
Science fiction movie-style suits
Fashion and science fiction blend in Fall-Winter 2023 collections, highlighted by Louis Vuitton’s blazer without lapels or Dior’s suit with a wrapped and buttoned collar reminiscent of Star Trek. Prada’s limited color palette and comfortable yet sharp designs fit the sci-fi theme. Meanwhile, LOEWE created a puffy structured jacket with a curved shape.
Impressive oversized scarves
Fall-Winter 2023 fashion witness the appearance of large, ankle-length scarves trending at Fendi and Maison Mihara Yasuhiro. Giorgio Armani introduced a luxurious, warm coat with a high collar, while French designer Ludovic de Saint Sernin released a black feather scarf-like garment. Oversized scarves are the centerpiece of outfits rather than just an accessory.