The four things he’ll hopefully never wear

Men’s fashion weeks are up and running and while usually the shows are, excuzez moi, rather boring, this year promises to be a striking contrast. I’ll share the most important trends with you but not before I discuss some serious don’t-try-this-at-home impressions. I thought the worst had passed when Rick Owens presented us with naked facts on the runway but guess what? It gets even crazier.

Seen at Moschino. I must say the jackets are sort of reasonably okay. For us I mean. Combined with a pencil skirt or ripped jeans, something along those lines. But do you see your boyfriend walking around in this look? Dude…..

Check out Craig Green’s show. Why? Why? Why would you ever consider this outfit? It might be an option if you have a secret lover so you can walk the streets unrecognized.  Or if you’ve scored a superb outfit that you want to keep hidden from other greedy ladies? I don’t know how much LSD this designer took when designing his collection but I’d say; try some warm milk next time and see what happens.

After the man’s skirt it was only a matter of time before the first corset would appear on the runway. I can picture these on greased cage dancer’s bodies in a gay bar (I had the time of my life in one yesterday) but I think it’s best my love skips this one.

Then we have the masks designed by the illustrious label Agi & Sam. Unless you have a thing for Hannibal the Cannibal I propose we leave this trend for what it is this year and buy our other halves a nice shirt and colorful jacket.

BY May-Britt Mobach
Jongleert doordeweek met kinderen en laptops, vermoedt een serieuze shopverslaving en probeert lichtelijk obsessief latte- en wijngebruik van zich af te schudden door overmatig veel te sporten.
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