Top Men’s Fashion Trends to Drop in 2020

As we head into the middle of January, it’s probably safe to assume that most of us have let down our New Year’s Resolutions at this point. For example, my goal was to finally get in shape and now my Planet Fitness membership will never see the light of day ever again. However, like many other men out there, another resolution of mine was to become more fashionable. Nothing quite grabs attention than a man who knows how to dress. You know what they say: the clothes make the man. However, there are some current trends out there that should definitely stay behind with the 2010s. Here are some men’s fashion trends that you should definitely drop in 2020.

The Crossbody Bag

Mandatory Credit: Photo by PIXELFORMULA/SIPA/Shutterstock (10311384dd) Model on the catwalk Versace show, Runway, Spring Summer 2020, Milan Fashion Week Men’s, Italy – 15 Jun 2019

It was a hot street wear staple in 2019 and we can expect it to stay in 2020. Young men all over America are rocking crossbody bags due to the hype from companies such as Gucci and Supreme. Personally, I believe that the crossbody bag has always been a part of an eyesore

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MOMAD, the showcase for men’s fashion and leather fashion at IFEMA

• Jack and Jones, Only and Sons and Selected, Jvz, La Nansa or Lion of Porches will be present at the fair, which will be held from February 4 to 6. • As for Moda Piel, brands such as Banhof, Campoy, Corty Bennett, Peleteria Campoy, Ff Collection Filippos Filippidis, Notis Grigorios, Leathertex, Shades of Leather and Zambackwill be presented.

MOMAD, the International Fashion, Textile, Footwear and Accessories Fairorganized by IFEMA MADRID from February 4 to 6will have an important presence of men’s fashiona growing segment that will showcase its latest trends, with a wide variety of stylesfeaturing both national and international representatives.

Men’s fashion has been gaining prominence in the fashion trade in Spain in recent years, and in 2020 already accounted for 31.6% of total sales, second only to women’s fashion with 35.7%, and well above children’s fashion (13.1%) and home textiles (19.6%). Moreover, in recent months the sector as a whole has begun its post-pandemic recovery, with sales up 6.3% in October 2021, 9.7% in November and 3.2% in Decemberaccording to the Acotex Barometerwhich includes a representative sample of the men’s, women’s and children’s apparel, home textiles and accessories sectors.

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The Casual, Oversized Jacket Trend Truly Works For Any Spring Outfit

Fashion trends come and go, and outerwear trends prove no exception. This spring, we’re seeing a shift toward lighter and breezier outerwear options, specifically focusing on pieces that feature oversized, long, and relaxed-fit cuts. In other words, your slim-fitting coats and cropped biker jackets may have to sit this season out to make room for more casual styles and breathable fabrics. Instead, curate your spring wardrobe with textured ’90s bombers, denim shirt jackets, and worker-inspired canvas jackets.

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What’s more, oversized clothing is one of 2024’s biggest trends, as it’s fun to style from season to season, especially during transitional times with sporadic temperature differences. They also make essential layering pieces, allowing you to bundle up or down depending on the weather, not to mention delightfully cozy on chillier days. However, assembling an outfit with oversized or loose-fit elements requires a keen eye, so follow these tips to find a balance while styling your oversized ‘fits.

The ’90s oversized denim looks make a comeback

If you think ’90s basics are very much in for 2024, you’re correct. It’s time to dig out your vintage denim jacket and pull off the ’90s babe look. However, you’ll want to

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Chris Pine Makes a Style Statement by Going Barefoot in Milan During Men’s Fashion Week

Chris Pine is taking a walk on the wild side.

The Dungeons & Dragons star, 42, was spotted walking the streets of Milan barefoot on his way to the Zegna Spring 2024 show on Monday.

Aside from no footwear, Pine keeps it cool with a casual beige tee and high-waisted mint green pleated slacks.

Once at the event, he was eventually seen wearing brown loafers, alongside matching wide-lens shades and a gold watch with a black band on his left wrist.

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The actor has been on a style hot streak since before the start of summer. Leading up to the sizzling season, Pine steps out in a Giuliva Heritage suit in a buttery yellow shade for the Dungeons & Dragons premieres in March.

She’s also been sporting a shorter silver hairstyle ever since she received surprising criticism for her previously shoulder-length dirty blonde bob.

“I thought I was looking pretty, pretty fly, the hair was long, everything was happening, and my publicist said I looked

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Vestiaire Collective bans H&M, Zara in fight against fashion waste

Ahead of Black Friday Vestiaire Collective’s founders had removed 30 fast fashion brands from its pre-loved platform, including Swedish fashion retailer H&M, fashion conglomerate Gap Inc, Spanish fashion brand Mango, Japanese fashion brand Uniqlo, and Inditex’s Zara.

Vestiaire Collective’s co-founders shared a letter on their website that explains the three-year plan to progressively remove fast fashion brands from the platform started on Black Friday in 2022 as this is the date “where consumption will skyrocket, especially of fast fashion.”

The founders continued: “Every year, the fashion industry produces 100 billion garments. As we consumer more and wear less, 92 million tons of textile waste is discarded on a yearly basis – most of it coming from fast fashion brands. This is enough to fill the Empire State Building every day, and has a major environmental and social impact.”

They also urged shoppers ahead of Black Friday to join Vestiaire’s ‘Think first, buy second’ movement and pledge to completely ban fast fashion in their own wardrobes or commit to stop buying fast fashion for the rest of the

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Will Victoria Beckham for Mango reignite our love of high street collaborations?

Last week, the fashion world was abuzz with the news that Victoria Beckham had designed a capsule collection for Mango. The joint announcement on Instagram garnered 22.5k likes and over 600 comments, with fans clearly enthused by the collaboration. (“I’ll tell you what I want, what I really really want,” read one comment). While scant details are currently available, we do know that the collection will include tailoring, dresses and versatile knitwear, as well as ‘day-to-night’ bags, accessories and shoes, with the sneak peek images showing white suiting and pastel slip dresses .

Designer collaborations with high street brands have become par for the course in the past two decades, with new ones announced every year, to varying levels of success. So why do designers keep doing them?

“A designer collaboration is a viable opportunity to increase market share while the designers maintain their market position,” explains Dr Bethan Alexander, Reader in Fashion Retailing & Marketing at the Fashion Business School, London College of Fashion. “The luxury market is facing unprecedented challenges right now, so it’s especially important. Maintaining sales is difficult, but the quick, relatively easy cash injection from collaborations is appealing.”

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Mango x Victoria Beckham

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Vanity Fair Party Designers Tease What to Expect

This year’s Vanity Fair Oscar party will mark the hot-ticket soiree’s 30thth anniversary.

While the magazine is keeping tight-lipped on what exactly is planned to commemorate the milestone (because editor-in-chief Radhika Jones wants the VIP guests surprised), it’s no secret that the dinner and after-party will, for the ninth consecutive year , take place in a custom-built venue on the grounds of the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills. Construction takes about three weeks with an additional week dedicated to taking it all down.

Variety caught up with the party’s longtime architect Basil Walter and his first-time collaborator, creative director and designer Will Cooper, to talk about the four-month process of designing, planning and building this year’s bash.

What did Radhika Jones say to you about what she envisioned for this year’s party, especially since it’s the 30thth anniversary?

Walter: It was just a notion of, ‘How do we make it different. How do we change it?’ And I think bringing in Will as someone who hasn’t participated in it, there’s always an opportunity for freshness when you get a new set of eyes on something.

Will, what was it like getting the offer

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NYPD to crack down on ‘sloppy’ cops with ban on shorts, white turtlenecks, cargo pants

They’re real fashion police: Fed up with sloppy cops, the NYPD has moved to update its dress code, banning shorts on transit beats and white turtlenecks while on patrol.

The department’s updated style guide, set to take effect next month, also instructs patrol officers not to wear tactical cargo pants and reinforces longstanding guidance including a tire on shoelaces that are not black.

NEW YORK - JULY 11: An NYPD officer keeps watch inside Times Square subway station July 11, 2006 in New York City.  Police raised security on subways in the city following the bombings of trains in India that killed at least 147 people.  (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

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An NYPD officer keeps watch inside the Times Square subway station in this file photo. Fed up with sloppy cops, the city Police Department has moved to update its dress code, banning shorts on transit beats and white turtlenecks on patrol beats. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Inspector Paul Saraceno, who led a committee that has reviewed police attire since last summer, presented the crackdown as an effort to ensure a uniform, professional-looking force, rather than a product of any specific faux pas.

“I believe that in every profession, if you take it seriously and you act professionally, you dress professionally, you present yourself the same way, it revolves around everything you do,” Saraceno said.

“If you’re not squared away, if you’re sloppy, it speaks to who you are,” he added. “We expect professionalism

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Making a scene, the rare moment that Beyonce suddenly appeared at New York Fashion Week

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Beyoncé hasn’t stopped making waves. After suddenly announcing a new album last weekend, he suddenly appeared at New York Fashion Week.

It was a fashion show for a brand called Luar that he attended. Founded in 2021 by designer Raul Lopez, Luar is relatively new compared to established US designer names such as Calvin Klein, Michael Kors, Tommy Hilfiger or Tory Burch.

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 13: Beyoncé attends the Luar fashion show during New York Fashion Week on February 13, 2024 in New York City.  (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)Beyoncé and her mother, Tina Knowles, at the Outer fashion show. (Photo: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)

So his presence in fashion shows The event held on the fifth day of NYFW, Tuesday (13/2/2024), was very unexpected. Moreover, the mother of three has almost never attended NYFW since Kanye West’s show for Adidas in 2015.

The spotlight was immediately focused on Beyoncé when she entered the event location. The singer who won 32 Grammy Awards spread his star aura in a gray suit decorated with decorations embellishments glittering.

The clothing covers the inner part that covers the hair. Cowboy hats are back in style, continuing look previously at the 2024 Grammy Awards to celebrate the euphoria of his new album with country music nuances, ”Renaissance: Act II” (released on March

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What is California casual style? |

When you envision a house in California, what comes to mind? For most of us, it’s beautifully bright, airy rooms with tall ceilings and oversized windows to let in an abundance of natural light. It’s a blend of textures, colors, and details that pay homage to the natural world, while retaining a sense of warmth and coziness. Well, if any of that sounds completely dreamy to you, you probably need to incorporate California casual style into your home.

This interior design style isn’t a new trend by any means, but it’s an aesthetic that has endured, and for good reasons. It doesn’t matter if you don’t actually live in California, or on the coast (although bonus points if you do). This style is all about embracing indoor-outdoor living, seamlessly blending aesthetics that are lean coastal, rustic, and modern all in one.

‘California Casual style instantly transports you to sunny days, warm breezes, and plenty of indoor-outdoor connections. It invites you to kick your shoes off and sit anywhere because nothing is precious and everything is to be enjoyed with family and friends. It’s a room that accommodates children and pets and has a timeless, welcoming vibe,’ explains Mollie Ranize, lead

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