Could you imagine your other half in any of these quirky ensembles?
Androgyny, androgyny, androgny
Yep, you can't have a menswear collection without it. Take a look at Raf Simons' collection, with high-waisted skirts, shirt-dresses and pinafores.
Perhaps one of the most spectacular shows came from Dsquared², where a desert island scene was created – complete with half-naked models and waterfalls. While we can't complain about the scenery, their tuxedo, jeans and hula skirt combo was a little too baffling, even for us.
The hemlines just keep getting higher and higher for SS menswear – check out the monochrome look from the Daks ready-to-wear show! Accessorised with a trilby, tote bag and a fitted blazer, we're not sure this look would be out of place in our own wardrobes…
The red lip
At Thom Browne, crimson-red lips were the look of choice to compliment the military-inspired collection. As the models marched down the École Militaire in Paris, almost like toy soldiers, the overall look really made an impact. Not sure we can see it catching on with your average bloke, mind!
Whether it's a tote, a clutch or even a bum bag, the manbag shows no sign of disappearing from the menswear runways. Still a bit of a controversial choice for some, we think a sleek satchel or a leather backpack can look pretty stylish on the right man.
What do you think? Could you see your fella in any of these eccentric trends?
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