Men's fashion trends from fall-winter 2020-2021

Is streetwear definitely on the brink of extinction? This niche has been slowly confirmed over the past two seasons and continues to grow for the fall-winter 2020-2021. If we are witnessing a strong return to tailoring, with well-cut suits, oversized coats and ties, the creators are also playing the leather card, bold all-over prints, monochrome allures, sublimated denim or even faux fur to face the negative winter temperatures in style. Without forgetting the flagship color of the season, red, which we dare to vibrate and without moderation. Zoom on the 22 men's fashion trends for fall-winter 2020-2021.

1. Tailoring XXL
Hed Mayner, JW Anderson, Raf Simons

To cope with the tumbling temperatures and the beating cold, the oversized coat (with a controlled play of shoulders and ever more dramatic sleeves) is our best ally.

2. Total print
Prada, Sacai, Louis Vuitton

Just like next summer, which wants to be fearless and optimistic, winter 2020 will be daring with a plethora of all-over patterns: geometric version at Prada, with gipsy accents for Sacai or surreal at Louis Vuitton.

3. Denim revisited
Martine Rose, Alyx, Off-White

Exit the jeans in its most extreme simplicity, next winter, the denim comes out of its hinges and gets a makeover. If it is adorned with a baroque motif at Martine Rose, it is infused with glitter amenities at Alyx and impressive pockets at Off-White.

4. Illustration
Ami, Etro, Lanvin

The sweater tattooed with figurative patterns (faces at the top of the list) continues to take over the male wardrobe to establish itself as a must-have.

5. Red alert
off-White, Givenchy, Kiko Kostadinov

The flagship color for next winter? Red, here injected into a suit full of elegance at Givenchy or sportswear version for Kiko Kostadinov.

6. Glitter button
Dior, Alexander McQueen, Balmain

Bring out the party boy in you with a series of pieces with glitter details: a coat from Dior and Alexander McQueen, and a bomber jacket from Balmain.

7. Tidal wave
Etro, Prada, Loewe

The check print or the safe bet for next winter.

8. Functional clothing
Chalayan, Craig Green, Givenchy

Technical material (like nylon) has not said its last word: we adopt it in an ultra minimal way and in a single color. Seen at Chalayan, Craig Green and Givenchy.

9. Cardigan
Y/Project, Marni, Hermès

Long neglected, this retro piece par excellence comes out of the closet in an effortless but always assertive style. Spotted at Y / Project, Marni and Hermès.

10. 70's fever
Gucci, Dries Van Noten, Hermès

Imagine a Mick Jagger of modern times but in the locker room always dotted with a 70's spirit. Flared pants, scarf tied around the neck, shirt in howling print ... The silhouette is made up of pieces with a gipsy rock impulse.

11. Leather
Fendi, Martine Rose, Dunhill

Leather and more leather: dare it all-over to confirm your fashion quotient like at Fendi (who idolizes him to the cap) and Dunhill.