Big giant sweaters were a thing in Cruise/Resort collections, and we are seeing more of them on the women who walked the runways in recent menswear shows. The sweaters can be cable-knit or ribbed, or a mix of stitches. Extra long sleeves, stretched-out turtlenecks and drop-shoulders emphasize the oversized fit.  Sleeves can be widened as well, for a cozy I-just-threw-this-on look. These bulky sweaters look newest when styled with tailored shorts or soft dresses, or front-tucked into waisted jeans.

Juun J Menswear SS20
Amiri Menswear SS20
Nanushka Resort 2019
Juun J Menswear SS20
Pal Zileri Menswear SS20
Sacai Menswear SS20



Satin pants are a thing. Perhaps spurred by Raf Simons shiny trousers for his men’s and women’s collections, the shiny fabric appears all over the runways, cut into slouchy tailored shapes or polished track pants. The look works for day or evening, suited with a matching jacket, dressed up with a fancy brocade top or casually topped with a sweater. Colors include the season’s bright yellow, military neutrals or new dusty pinks.

Sies Marjan Fall/Winter RTW 18
Bottega Veneta Fall/Winter RTW 18
Jil Stuart Fall/Winter RTW 18
Derek Lam Fall/Winter RTW 18
Naeem Khan Fall RTW 18
Nanushka Fall/Winter RTW 18