18 menswear trends for all 2018

Clothing that we have seen on the catwalk, they are versioning the low-cost stores and soon they will be on all the streets.

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Fashion is increasingly a thing of men. 2017 was a key year in the sector, with incomes greater than 350 trillion euros, the debut of big brands like Isabel Marant or madness unleashed shoe design. A background that helps us to think that in 2018 everything is going to be even better and to anticipate what will be the garments and accessories that will triumph in 2018. You may now see very crazy the father look, the cyclist tights or the fanny packs but we will talk next year at this time …

1. THE TRANSITION OF PANA’S COSTUME
Trends clothing men 2018: corduroy suit
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Welcome to the 70s if our beloved corduroy is returned to the male wardrobe. Now that the Constitution is in question, we reinforce the image of the politicians of the Transition with their corduroy (if possible with elbow pads) and high-trousers. Bet on the earth colors, the fleece and combine them with your high-necked or V-neck knit sweaters. What remains of winter we are going to split the velveteen.

Gateway images: Prada, Todd Snyder, and Prada.

2. CAMP ALL YEAR ROUND

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Fashion always has an escapist vocation but this year’s with adventure clothing is radical. The moment Quechua climbs the catwalk, which becomes a summer camp (and other stations) with technical clothes, raincoats, shorts, backpacks and hiking boots. If you need inspiration, you go up to La Pedriza and you look at the Sundays.

Catwalk images: Lanvin, Martine Rose, and Hermès.

3. THE AMERICANA CRUZADA
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The costumes never go out of style but year after year it is renewed. For 2018, the star is the American double-buttoned shirt that nicely embosses the male body (and enhances the new width of the pants). Do not limit yourself and explore new colors and prints with your navy blazer … and if you want to leave your tie at home, nothing happens either, there are many elegant options like high collars or basic shirts.

Gateway images: Emporio Armani, Berluti, Y / Project and Dries Van Noten.

4. TO THE TOUR WITH OUR MESKS

Even without knowing how the whole issue of Chris Froome will end, the next edition of the Tour is presented as one of the most disputed in recent years. There we will be in front of the television to enjoy the great stages and, considering the seen in the catwalks, it is very possible that we do it in cycling meshes. The lycra becomes the new fetish fabric of the big brands, which adjust to the new times of comfort and retro-volumes. XXL coats with tights already adjusted by the yellow jersey.

Catwalk images: Louis Vuitton and Martine Rose.

5. NEW AGE GLASSES

The future is here. Or at least we will see it through our futuristic glasses. As outputs of the Matrix or Blade Runner, the New Age glasses show new shapes and colors. Will we forget the Wayfarer? No one has said that you can not have several models to change depending on the occasion.

Catwalk images: Marni, Dior Homme, and Balenciaga.

6. WELCOME TO HAWAII

The flower shirts were already the queens of the chiringuito in the summer of 2017 and for the summer that comes the bet doubles: we go to Hawaii. You do not need to take the flight to Honolulu, so you can wear a Hawaiian shirt with the same feeling of continuous vacation. Raise the power with your shirts to go out and, if you need to put flowers to your work, look for more discreet and elegant designs.

Catwalk images: Louis Vuitton, AMI, Balenciaga and Todd Snyder.

7. CRAZY FOR LOGOS

The 90s did not just go to logomania to become strong among the new men’s fashion options of 2018. The firms mark their territory (before counterfeiting) with logos that are getting bigger, more present, more repeated … even at Sometimes in a somewhat obscene way. But who does not want to wear the new Demna Gvasalia logo for Balenciaga on the chest? It is not so easy to get a piece of his.

Catwalk images: Bobby Abley, JW Anderson, Dior Homme, Balenciaga, and Sacai.

8. WORK MONKEY … OR PARTY

Within the normcore trend, nondescript workers become the stars of fashion shows. Not only the sad executives who cut their brains behind the keyboard, but also the mechanics or plumbers who fix the flaws of modern society. Without getting more intense, we tell you that the working coveralls leave the workshop and become the new formalwear suit .. even with a bow tie.

Gateway images: Prada, Alexander McQueen, AMI, Louis Vuitton, Haider Ackermann and Ralph Lauren.

9. A FASHION VERY FATHER

We thought we were so millennials, so technologically advanced, without prejudice to share our lives on social networks and without gender rules (or any other). And suddenly fashion reacts and tells us to stop modernity, that the most of the most are to be dressed like our parents. And 2018 offers us father looks without palliatives: wide shirts, high jeans, wide suits, aged jackets … and even fisherman’s hats. Beware: We already know of a fashionista willing to adopt the first child who is in the street to be on the wave.

Catwalk images: Balenciaga, E. Tautz, Dries Van Noten and Lanvin.

10. CLIPPER PANTS

The sales volumes are proportional to the new silhouettes that are going to adorn our legs. It’s over to go tight with our rockets, this 2018 the tweezers of the pants are cool. And with them, the top parts tucked inside to show them and the most unique belts. Classic Hollywood would be so proud of us.

Catwalk images: Salvatore Ferragamo, Marni, and Casely-Hayford.

11. ALL TO THE KIDNEY

Since the masculine bag has not finished curdling among the men (very men) of the world, let’s try with the fanny pack, which has always had a place in our eternally adolescent hearts. The smartphone, the wallet, the keys and the transport ticket … what else fits in a fanny pack of design?

Catwalk images: Gucci, Prada, and Valentino.

12. IN SHORT PANTS

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Can you go to work in shorts? The question that we all ask ourselves in the summers in the city is answered this year with a decided YES by the main designers. Short, very short, mega shorts … in noble fabrics and office prints (like the Prince of Wales, tartan or tweed). And for the undecided, the overlap on the Cowboys.

Catwalk images: E. Tautz, Prada, Dior Homme and Balenciaga.

13. LIFE IN PLASTIC IS FANTASTIC!

Plastic is accepted as a working material for large labels; the low cost has been giving fabulous for years. The nylon padded coats are already on the streets, in the spring the transparent raincoats will have their place and the summer will be for the sports flip-flops.

Catwalk images: Burberry, Hermès, and Lanvin.

14. THE UNITED STATES OF TRUMP

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While Donald continues making his own in the Oval Office, fashion reacts to the new American dream, which often turns into a nightmare. Cowboy, preachers and bullet men get together before July 4 to go to the fireworks. You can not go without your garment with stars and stripes.

Catwalk images: Calvin Klein, Ana Locking, and Gucci.

15. THE WHITE IS THE NEW WHITE

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Winter, spring, summer, and autumn. The four seasons in white. The catwalk has no limit with the color (or not color) brighter and tests the experts in spots.

Gateway images: Billionaire, Berluti, Lamaire and Officine Generale.

16. WITH A PUNTITE PUNK

Liberate your message and share it with the world. Valentino invites us to do it with the collage lyrics of Jamie Reid, one of the fathers of British punk. Rockers, bikers … men in black in general, do not feel displaced, 2018 is also for you.

Catwalk images: Saint Laurent, Valentino and Philipp Plein.

17. A STRIPE AND ALWAYS VERTICAL

Do not scratch and go straight to the striped area of your favorite store because we will have 2018 to read between the lines. The most recommended option tends to verticality but there is no greater problem in mixing and even put pictures. Stripes, stripes and more stripes, we like to look more stylized.

Catwalk images: Cerruti, García Madrid and Versace.

18. WE SEE YOU IN THE BOLERA

This season’s entertainment takes us straight to the bowling alley with our open-neck shirts, weekend bags, and embroidered jackets. If you ask for a Duff Beer with some nachos you enter the Homer Simpson League.

Catwalk images : Bottega Veneta, Prada and Fendi.

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