There are two different kinds of runway shows that take place during fashion week. The first sees fashion designers decking out models in their vision for the season and sending them down the runway. The second? It takes place before the actual show begins, right outside the show venue, featuring journalists, buyers and influencers. The former is a crystal ball into the future of the fashion world, while the latter represents the zeitgeist of fashion.
Here, we present our 10 top looks—collated from the various fashion cities from around the world—based on seven key trends that represent the current state of fashion:
- Strong shoulders;
- Oversized shirts;
- Tailoring with a casual twist;
- Subtle adrogyny;
- Football jerseys as streetwear; and
Now, how do you go about incorporating these style moves into your repertoire? Let the Esquire Singapore fashion team show you the way.
As part of the Esquire Shophouse popping up this weekend— Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th of August, at the top of Duxton Hill (next to 13 Duxton Hill)—there are personalised styling sessions conducted by editor-in-chief, Norman Tan, and senior fashion writer and stylist, Asri Jasman. This intimate session includes recommendations using the latest pieces from top local menswear labels such as Biro Company, Kevin Seah, and Duxton menswear.
Want a personalised style consultation?
Sign up to one of the four sessions—'The Attic: Personalised Styling Consultations'—at the Esquire Shophouse microsite:
Saturday 4 August: 3 to 4pm
Saturday 4 August: 4 to 5pm
Sunday 5 August: 3 to 4pm
Sunday 5 August: 4 to 5pm