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Isabel O'Neill

As the various fashion weeks wrap up, menswear is soaking up the limelight. Here is a look at the latest collections and trends from top designers for fall 2017.



The Louis Vuitton x Supreme collaboration of skateboards, duffles, phone cases and more has created quite a buzz in the industry. The looser silhouette and slouchy pants are back in full force with an accessible vibe in contrast to the slim tailoring of menswear past.

Valentino’s Pierpaolo Piccioli loves the “punk state of mind” and it shows in the fall 2017 collection. Everything from duster coats to short, boxy jackets hit the runway in an array or colors. Pinks, mint, orange and olive were accompanied by matching sneakers.


Men’s design director, Guillaume Meilland, presented his first show with Salvatore Ferragamo. The clothes had an air of Italian elegance with an urban feel, while the color palette was dark throughout with pops of color.

Versace’s collection included suiting and topcoats but with a Versace twist. Paired with patent accessories and sliced-hem pants to accommodate black thick-soled boots, the collection oozed cool.

If you have ever felt the luxurious materials Canali uses, it will make perfect sense why the brand decided to go the presentation route. Guests could feel the suits and coats made of cashmere, vicuna and silk up close and personal. Canali always finds a way to stay classic while delivering excellence in a different way each season.


Coach is celebrating their 75th anniversary with shearling coats, patches and appearances from the new T. rex mascot, Rexy. The show featured both men’s and women’s collections on the runway. Executive Creative Director, Stuart Vevers, was inspired to unite the collections and encourage “togetherness and optimism”.