Men’s fur 2016 What are the trends of autumn winter shows?
Men’s fur 2016: in the last autumn winter collections men’s fur stole the show. Speaking of men you may not believe it but as much as 63% of the men’s shows have included men’s fur in their collections for 2016, proving finally that this fantastic material is not just for women.
The freezing cold coming from North Europe and America was the perfect backdrop for the catwalk trends, showing our beloved men’s fur for 2016 even in street style fashion.
60% OF DESIGNERS HAVE CHOSEN FUR
During the shows in London 28 of the 60 designers, 47%, including Astrid Astrid Anderson, Coach 1941 and JW Anderson showed accessories, shrugs and fur jackets.
Noteworthy are the hairy oversize jackets chosen by Burberry and Coach 1941, that could be intimidating when in the collection they are put with bombers, sweaters and gym shoes, but that also give that city look that makes us feel both fashionable and ready for every type of weather.
Men’s fur 2016 go on stage during the Milan Fashion Week, where most designers – we’re talking about 35 out of 38, that’s 92% – have created amazing garments with our beloved material, from the oversize shrug by Dolce & Gabbana to the fur stoles proposed by Marmi and Giorgio Armani.
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One of the collections that excited the show audience the most was without doubt that of Moncler, that with its Italian – French style put together coloured fur in a patchwork creating a camouflage collection with almost theatrical tones.
Flying from Milan to Paris we discover that 32 of the 49 designers (and here we are at 65%) have incorporated fur in their menswear, from shorts with low crotch by Boris Bidjan Saberi’s to the long gilet’s by Valentino.
Regarding men’s fur 2016, although we can’t forget the gothic punk style of Rick Owens, the merit goes to Louis Vuitton for being able to capture the tailoring essence of Paris. In the display of the maison “Volez, Voguez, Voyager”, the collection by Kim Jones was able to insert men’s fur perfectly into classic cut menswear, from double-breasted long coats in fur to “hairy”jumpers perfect for adventurous trips in nature.