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10 Dec
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A Recap of Our Favorite Pre-Fall 2019 Men’s Silhouettes

As our favorite fashion brands unveiled their mid-season collections, we took the time to analyze the trends and select the best Pre-Fall 2019 men’s silhouettes that we spotted on the runways. Have a look at our picks of the season.

Roberto Cavalli

Whoever thinks of Roberto Cavalli, often thinks of heavy prints. This time Paul Surridge, head of design at Roberto Cavalli, translated the Cavalli aesthetic in a very sensitive way.

Instead of designing a simple power suit or coat, Roberto Cavalli suggests floral pints, a sneak leather coat, fleece and leopard prints for the Pre-Fall 2019 season. We wouldn’t wear a leopard print every day, however, we would give the leopard blazer and shirt combination a try.

Valentino

We weren’t present in Tokyo amongst the international A-listers for the Valentino Pre-Fall 2019 show. Though, we did enjoy every minute of the show from our desks. It was very theatrical for sure, but above all, it was about the savoir-faire.

The show started with red silhouettes and as the show went on, the brand revealed a few monochrome men’s looks in black, red and blue, with the Valentino logo, other prints and elements inspired by the Japanese wabi-sabi culture.

A Recap of Our Favorite Pre-Fall 2019 Men's Silhouettes

Valentino

Dior Men

Dior Men had one of the most electrifying shows. If it was up to us we would let Kim Jones design every menswear collection out there. Too bad you can’t have it all.

Kim Jones delivered a very promising collection. The Dior Men runway had an army of Dior boys which many guys could relate to. His Jones’ catwalk was full of clever fashion-forward styling tricks and included many styles. Think combat boots, cargo pants but also double-breast blazers, turtlenecks, dressed pants, silk shirts with cherry blossoms details and more. It was elegant, edgy, functional and executed with the most accurate know-how. Most important, it is an inclusive collection that speaks to different types of men. From the classy dapper man to the edgy outspoken guy.

A Recap of Our Favorite Pre-Fall 2019 Men's Silhouettes

Dior Men

A Recap of Our Favorite Pre-Fall 2019 Men's Silhouettes

Burberry

For its Pre-Fall 2019 collection, Burberry designed classy yet laid-back silhouettes for men. It’s like Riccardo Tisci too created his Pre-Fall 2019 collection in the spirit of inclusivity. Regardless, we loved it.

It’s clear that the trench coats and suits cannot be left out of a Burberry collection. However, creative director Tisci’s second collection for the English brand also included workwear inspired elements here and there. Plus, he extended Burberry’s signature print onto shirts and other accessories.

Givenchy

Before we start the Givenchy-tea, we want you to know that every piece from this collection is wish-listed. Nothing is off limits! Congratulations to Grace Waight Keller, who delivered a dazzling collection, but especially for being the queen of sophisticated aesthetics.

Whether it’s a parka, a gilet, trousers, accessories or coat, Givenchy always has a certain je ne sais quoi added to its version of sophistication. Clearly, we’re daydreaming of us strolling the streets of Paris, Milan, London or New York wearing our Pre-Fall 2019 favorites. Have a look at our picks.

A Recap of Our Favorite Pre-Fall 2019 Men's Silhouettes

Givenchy

Threeasfour

For Pre-Fall 2019, Threeasfour designed an all-denim collection. If you appreciate reworked and patched up denim then Threeasfour is definitely a label to keep on your radar. Creative designers Gabi Asfour, Adi Gil, and Angela Donhauser, collaborated with New Jersey-based artist Stanley Casselman, who gave up his own jeans to make the paint-splattered denim pieces.

However, the other men’s items are patched up together from new denim and old Levi’s garments.

A Recap of Our Favorite Pre-Fall 2019 Men's Silhouettes

threeAsFour

Calvin Klein 205W39NYC

Raf Simons’ previous collection for Calvin Klein’s 205W39NYC line still has us hooked. We, honestly, can’t get over the cowboy boots with the square metal tip and other garments of course. Yet, another half-season collection drops on us and guess what? We want everything! For their Pre-Fall 2019 collection, Calvin Klein suggests a new way of wearing your classics. Think half-velvet half-denim pants, reworked trench coats, and jackets inspired by archive pieces.

Until the release date, we’re working on keeping our finances up to standard. Because these investment pieces ain’t cheap.

Chanel

This year the Chanel Métiers d’Art show was held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. For this collection, the french maison’s designer Karl Lagerfeld was inspired by Ancient Egypt, showing mainly female silhouettes. However, this one men’s silhouette worn by Alton Mason caught our eye. Not only did we like this look because of the turtleneck sweater, but also because there’s a chance we’ll try golden pants for the holidays this year.

Besides that one look, we spotted a women’s silhouette that could work for men too.

A Recap of Our Favorite Pre-Fall 2019 Men's Silhouettes

Chanel

Versace

Just like any other collection by Donatella, the Versace Pre-Fall 2019 show was sexy, colorful, filled with animal prints and Versace logos. As the models were walking the runway, three men’s looks caught our attention. Notably, because of the way they pinned the golden accessories on their blazers and sweaters. Plus, they brought back the sexy lightweight print shirt.

Even though Michael Kors acquired Versace for $2.1 billion the Italian brand gave us a worthy collection.

A Recap of Our Favorite Pre-Fall 2019 Men's Silhouettes

Versace

Photo credits: Vogue Runway

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