Menswear designers have delivered solid results this season at London, Milan and Paris Fashion Weeks. Some of the standout trends for Spring/Summer '23, including the heavy use of brights, tie-dye, and color mixing, created a "dopamine" feel to clothes.
London brand Agr, has been taking the line of bright-toned knitwear that feels like a nightclub. In this fourth look, pieces included a tie-dyed rainbow sweater paired with shimmering technical trousers, while accessories featured an AGR-logoed crossbody bag.
Los Angeles native Mike Amiri is in Paris, and while his past designs are rooted in jeans, the Spring/Summer 2023 collection expands the range with a variety of fabrics and colors. Look 50 consists of a tie-dyed cotton-knit sweater in shades of blue and green, paired with loose-fitting trousers in silk with a pleated front.
For Spring/Summer 2023, Anthony Alvarez showcased a California vibe. Look 25 is a green tie-dye sweatshirt with shiny stickers and white cargo pants in technical fabric.
Dries Van Noten
Part of Dries Van Noten's Spring/Summer 23 collection, combining 1980s London Buffalo style with elements of current off-road vehicle culture. For look 57, the designer showed a sleeveless zip-up top in a mix of orange and yellow with paneled shorts.
For the finale of their Spring/Summer 23 show, Aurélien Arbet, José Lamali and Jérémie Egry used a kaleidoscope of colours. Look 34 includes a shirt and shorts in a rainbow-colored tie-dye pattern.
From designer Louis-Gabriel Nouchi for Joeone, a matching zip-up jacket and baggy trousers come in a wavy tie-dye mix of purple, green and blue, revealing the influence of paintings by Chinese artist Wang Ximeng.
This is Virgil Abloh's first creation since his death, but his handwriting is vivid in every look, and behind it is the concept of the game. Look 28 combines an orange-and-white baseball jacket with a green-and-orange blend skate pants.
Marcelo Burlon Country of Milan
Look 54 from Marcelo Burlon's Spring/Summer 23 collection is a long-line tank top and matching wide-leg pants, inspired by '60s tie-dye.
The designer named her Spring/Summer 23 collection "The Realm of the Soul". Look 40 is two green tie-dye pieces with a large print.
Rick Owens defied his usual monotonous hues with a few bright separates. Look 33, for example, consists of a bright-pink blend bodysuit and high-gloss trousers.
Originally published on FashionUnited.com and translated and edited by Hong Qing