Must-Know Winter 2019 Menswear Trends

Must-Know Winter 2019 Menswear Trends

With the warm welcome of the New Year, it is such a cliché to talk about the chilling weather and the suitable fashion trends to opt for in extreme temperatures. Whether you love being dressed up smart with blazers, jackets, non iron shirts and pleated trousers, or you simply seek a clean athleisure look where you love being stylish and comfortable both at the same time. 2019 fashion is all about being stylish, trendy and comfortable all at the same time. Whether you are into fashion or not, the matter of fact is, we all love looking stylish and on trend. So, if you’d like to know some fashion predictions for the New Year, then read on.

Must-Know Winter 2019 Menswear Trends

But first, sign-up to the leading shopping portals online to check out the coolest winter collections for men at great discounted deals and offers. This new year, make your winter shopping affordable and save money by availing Farfetch voucher codes. These codes will help you save huge amounts every time you shop online. While you might be still searching for the trendiest styles, we have compiled a handy list of some emerging fashion trends:

Must-Know Winter 2019 Menswear Trends

Layer-Up Overcoats 

Perfect for dry winter versatility, overcoats are great fashion staples for men in 2019. With pretty-good warmth factors, overcoats can easily break up and protect you from the wind chill breeze and keep the rain away from your outfit underneath, thus, making these winter coats a must-have staple for chilling weather this year. Moreover, these coats are a great way to beat the elements without being overly padded or puffy.



Must-Know Winter 2019 Menswear Trends

Ribbed Knitwear for Added Warmth 

Knits are for everybody and are great to experiment with. While choosing knitwear for yourself, we would suggest you go beyond the colour and choose something with a textured weave. Go for a simple ribbed weave which looks interesting, which looks great when teamed with the right trousers and outerwear. Whether you choose a crew-neck or V-neck style, ribbed knitwear looks on pint while layered with outerwear.



Must-Know Winter 2019 Menswear Trends

Winter Boots

Boots are a great way to keep your feet protected and warm from the freezing weather conditions. They’re also another all-year men’s fashion staple, so make sure you have at least one pair of these smart and classy winter boots in your winter collection.



Must-Know Winter 2019 Menswear Trends

A Beanie to Battle the Breeze

Another must-have winter fashion staple every high-fashioned man should look for in 2019 is a beanie. Beautifully woven beanies available in myriads of sizes, colours, and patterns are a ticket to keep your ears warm and protected from the freezing breeze.



Must-Know Winter 2019 Menswear Trends

Comfy Loose Denim

Many men usually don’t like to be dressed up in skinny-fitting outfits, thus, the loose and comfy denim trend is a perfect winter staple to combat this. Denim is an all-rounder staple in a man’s wardrobe, but you must go for darker shades which can absorb heat more and keep you warm for longer. In other words, dark wash denim is the way to go with jeans, jackets and shirts and is great for both casual, as well as, semi-formal occasions.


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London Fashion Week Mens 2019

London Fashion Week Mens 2019

We’ve been attending the men’s fashion week in London since we began in 2012, and this was also the first year that UK menswear got its own platform to shine. Back then it was known as LCM and we’ve seen the ups and downs over the years. This year it was held in East London for the first time – within the Truman Brewery in Shoreditch – which would have felt like home for many of the designers who work from this area of London. An area of old mills, historic streets and urban art everywhere you look, it was heaven for the street style photographers and it worked really well as the new home for LFWM. Over 40 designers showcased their latest collections over three days and the British Fashion Council announced new data for the menswear fashion industry highlighting that consumer spending is up 5.1%, meaning menswear now accounts for 26% of the total clothing market. This event marked the 13th edition and as usual here is our round up:

London Fashion Week Mens 2019

Pronounce  

This season, Thomas Mailaender’s creative use of light in his ‘Illustrated People’ photographs, hugely inspired the two designers to discuss the abstract relationship between light and individuals through their designs. For their fourth London collection, Pronounce further extends the language of the brand. AW19 is a visual poem of relaxed tailoring and more, appreciating the beauty of crafted structure lines. Delicate hand-sewn piping techniques were one of the highlights, which represented beams of light.

London Fashion Week Mens 2019

Bobby Abley

For AW19, Bobby Abley takes inspiration from his family and
hometown of Scarborough, where he worked on the collection. Abley revisits his childhood; balaclavas, scarves and baby blankets are all replicated, and hand knitted by his mother and relatives and incorporated within the collection as one-off pieces. The family team of knitters also created cardigans and jumpers in fluorescent colours – a palette which recurs throughout the collection. The rest of the colours in the collection are inspired by Abley’s favourite characters from Pokémon. Fiery oranges of Charmander, soft lilac of Mewtwo, powdery blues of Squirtle and of course, the unmistakable sunshine yellow of Pikachu.

London Fashion Week Mens 2019

Band of Outsiders 

Band of Outsiders’ Creative Director Angelo Van Mol looked at the moon landing as a pioneering event. One source of inspiration was Damien Chazelle’s recent movie First Man, starring Ryan Gosling. But instead of focusing on the moon landing itself, Angelo turned to the people experiencing it while watching this happen in front of their living room’s TVs. The collection is very much about the feel of the end of the 60s and beginning of the 70s. The choice of colours and fabrics embodies this: warm hues including spice orange, burgundy and olive brown are balanced with camel, navy and black. That era was also one of protest, empowerment and challenging ideologies which led to a more open-minded society. People wanted to break barriers in every way, especially style, and explore new territories with the moon being the most unreachable and fascinating one.

London Fashion Week Mens 2019

Liam Hodges

Fashion has overdone nostalgia that attempts to cash in on your impossible longing for a perfect you and a perfect time. Liam Hodges has collaborated with Ellesse for AW19, reworking the firm’s ski-wear, using prints of salt crystals taken via a powerful microscope. The tracksuits draw from the projection of tesseract, a four-dimensional cube that exists within mathematics but that can only be rendered in 2D. The collection’s motif is a figure stuck between dimensions, knowing inside out all the people we’ll never meet, the books we’ll never read and the mixtapes we’ll never listen to.

London Fashion Week Mens 2019

Per Gotesson

Signature experimentation and free draping is teamed with investigations of tailoring that are respectful of tradition. Per has learned from the experts in new fields, from a tailor on Savile Row to an skilled digital pattern maker, to broaden his knowledge of draping and cloth techniques. “I was thinking about what it means to come from a simple place to a big complex city, like London. It’s about dreams of travel, ships in a bottle, experimentation with new forms and learning about traditions.”

London Fashion Week Mens 2019

Lou Dalton

Fake news, disinformation and post-truth politics dominate today’s media landscape. Lou Dalton has looked to those individuals who have historically challenged the ‘false reality’ created by incumbent rulers and regimes. Taking inspiration from the ‘severe style’ movement, namely Azerbaijani artist Tahir Salahov, Lou has adopted the utilitarian silhouettes of the industrial workers depicted in these works, combined with the sparing palette of contrasting vibrant and muted tones originally used to accurately portray true life in the Soviet 1960s.

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Native Union Launches Handmade Terrazzo iPhone Cases & Chargers

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Premium tech accessories maker Native Union today releases its latest capsule, the Terrazzo Collection, which comprises iPhone cases and chargers. The drop pulls inspiration from the speckled terrazzo material usually seen in flooring and interior design.

“Taking inspiration from industries such as home interiors and architecture has been at the root of Native Union’s design over the years. We wanted to give the traditional terrazzo a contemporary twist when applying it to modern tech while still keeping the inspiration recognizable,” says Native Union head of design Fabien Nauroy. “The result is a sophisticated but striking collection of accessories that you won’t want to hide away.”

The accessories have been handcrafted using Jesmonite, which creates a distinguished mineral pattern marble effect that mimics a terrazzo finish. Items such as the CLIC Terrazzo iPhone case for iPhone Xs and Xs Max ($60) and the Dock Wireless Charger ($150), available in black and rose, use the material to beautiful effect.

In other tech-related news, LG has unveiled the world’s first rollable OLED TV.

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It’s Not Too Late to Cop Taka Hayashi’s Reworked Checkerboard Vans

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Brand: Taka Hayashi x Vans Vault

Model: Slip-On LX and Sk8-Hi LX

Key Features: Each of the four sneakers features premium construction, including a leather lining and suede over canvas on the upper. A co-branded label on the heel and tongue round out the look.

Release Date: Available now

Price: $125-$150

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Editor’s Notes: Japanese artist and designer Taka Hayashi teamed up with Vans at the end of last year on a pack of premium skate footwear options. The capsule comprises a Slip-On LX and three Sk8-Hi LX.

The pack highlights are the two checkerboard-clad styles, which Hayashi has expertly reworked. Instead of the customary printed checkerboard, the designer has woven black and white fabric together to achieve the same visual effect.

The other styles feature tonal uppers and exposed stitching that comes out of the heel disc to create a “rising sun” effect.

All four styles are still available online at Feature, so check out the kicks in detail above and, if you’re feeling them, don’t sleep on this pack again.

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The North Face & HYKE’s Collaboration Now Comes in Men’s Sizes

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Brand: The North Face x HYKE

Season: SS19

Key Pieces: The GTX Mountain Coat and GTX Military Coat, which have been revised with drawstrings hanging from the side.

Release Date: Presale takes place on February 6 at The North Face Standard Futakotamagawa and Isetan Shinjuku, with a wider release expected February 13 at soon-to-be-announced stockists

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Editor’s Notes: Arriving in a palette of tan, black, and white, the third installment of The North Face and HYKE’s collaboration now incorporates men’s sizing into the collection for SS19.

As the lookbook above showcases, the collab fuses the elegance of Yukiko Ode and Hideaki Yoshihara’s womenswear label with The North Face’s practical, sturdy outdoor wear. The new drop includes branded arm sleeves, leg covers, neck gaiters, sock-style knit sneakers, drawstring T-shirts, ponchos, a Geodome 4 SE tent, and a few gender-neutral pieces such as the Tec wrap short skirt for men.

Let us know your thoughts on the lookbook in the comments below.

In other style news, Prada’s SS19 collection is now available online.