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The 5 new-season trends to know

This spring, we champion the designers embracing individualism and encouraging people to be who they truly are. Senior menswear editor Luke Raymond introduces the new-season trends fit for styling your own way, modeled here by Younes Bendjima and Mark Vanderloo.

bottle-print cotton bowling shirt


bottle-print cotton bowling shirt


logo-plaque grained briefcase


logo-plaque grained briefcase



Elevated sportswear: Dolce & Gabbana

‘Revisiting the archives of its first men’s collection in 1990, Dolce & Gabbana’s spring looks pay homage to the era via technical fabrics and sports details. Labeled Re-Edition, these pieces offer an elevated take on activewear — think track pants styled with knits alongside hoodies with wide-leg pants.’


New utility: Jil Sander

‘Sleek, gender-neutral workwear was central to Luke and Lucie Meier’s spring/summer 2023 collection. This plays out in the form of refined lines and a new take on utility — longline sleeveless vests and wide-leg pants with discreet belts make cornerstone pieces feel reenergized.’


Summer occasionwear: Saint Laurent

‘Anthony Vaccarello made the house’s signature tuxedos the focal point of his show, reworking the proportions to present a truly modern silhouette. This resulted in sharp, strong-shouldered blazers styled over loose tops and trousers, seen here in summer-ready white — a go-to for any event this season.’


Color pop: Burberry

‘Injecting a welcome dose of color into our wardrobes, the season’s collections offered tonal looks that could be styled together for a statement look, or mixed and matched with the rest of your closet. Here, Burberry delivers a powerful yellow suit with a matching shirt, all embellished with silver-tone hardware.’


Printed shirts: Prada

‘There’s a playful nature to this spring’s looks, with nostalgic pieces reminiscent of childhood memories. Elements like pastel gingham and scalloped edging all nod to this, as exemplified by this Prada shirt.’

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