Fall 2017 Fashion Week Trends To Try Now
As the FW17 menswear shows come to an end, we’re sitting down and taking in all the amazing collections, powerful messages and fresh new looks to cop later this year. This season there were a lot of noteworthy milestones: Raf Simons made his NYC debut paying tribute to youth culture and the Big Apple; German-born designer Robert Geller took his bow wearing a sweatshirt that read “Immigrant”; John Elliott declared a mission statement we’ve been waiting to hear: “I want to be a major American sportswear brand.” And of course there were the remarkable collections that brought new trends to the table and upgraded versions of classic styles.
From luxury athletic wear to ‘80s vibes to utilitarian-inspired pieces, we’re ready to get our hands on these styles ASAP. As we wait for Fall 2017 to drop, we’ve rounded up seven trends we’re all over already. Get a head start and try them now.
An '80s vibe took over runway shows like Thom Browne and Balenciaga with padded shoulders and boxy silhouettes. Ease into this trend with a blazer like this one by Margaret Howell. It has that power suit feel without going OTT.
Athletic wear isn't going anywhere with designers like John Elliott and Heron Preston taking casual tracksuits, sweatpants and hoodies to a luxury level. Try this trend full on with this HALO tech jacket and matching pants.
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We saw a ton of amazing oversized knits, tops and coats on the runways, all with extra long sleeves like this Assembly New York Baggy Trench. We love how that simple elongation adds edge to an otherwise basic basic.
Plaid, checks, window pane squares, you name it, this print dominated the runways. Sure, it's a fall/winter classic but look for the upgraded versions like this Comme Des Garçons woven check shirt.
Outdoors-y utilitarian pieces were seen in the form of jackets, pants, boots and accessories. Often in khaki or army green with big practical pockets like this Très Bien Short Parka. We love this functional aesthetic.
Monochromatic looks were all over the runways featuring colors like blue, orange and no-nonsense beige. If you're into it then go all out with more saturated colors. If not stick to neutrals like this L'Equip cream denim outfit.
Volume was taken in the form of the puffer jacket this season. You might just be wearing one right now, so this outerwear style keeps going strong next year. We love this Our Legacy puffed jacket. It's subtle, practical and cool.