I wanna talk about the men spring/summer 2015 fashion trend, this year the red is the color, and i like it cause it’s may favorite color, red can be difficult to wear sometimes.
after all, red is the colour of passion and sensuality and It’s also a key colour trend for spring/summer 2015, with rich, vibrant tomato-like tones are in many of this season’s key collections.
red was omnipresent on the SS15 runway and Many designers opted instead to use red in a more minimal, artfully wearable sense that can be easily be ok to everyday use
At Balmain, Olivier Rousteing added red to duo-chromatic, geometric slabs of ghost white with black or navy, while jackets and jersey zip-ups in moto silhouettes were smartly disjointed with vibrant slashes of crimson.
The Balmain man is a very French sort of rockstar; and i really like those jackets
Lanvin’s spring/summer 2015 showcase was a masterclass in subtle impact.
The brand’s menswear designer Lucas Ossendrijver proved that economical use of bright red could be both elegant and have atmospherically moody. In a collection that was overwhelmingly dominated by darker colours, simple and minimal highlights of red – hidden behind blazers, tucked under jumpers and smartly obscured – let in some much-needed light
Dolce & gabbana
Dolce & Gabbana are the masters of romantic red the colour of blood and hot-fire passions. It’s the kind of red that is, frankly, a little terrifying to wear.
The occasional burgundy suit seemed almost conspicuous in its wearability; elsewhere the reds were brought out with embroidery and embellishment.
During the finale, the models marched en masse in different permutations of the same three-piece suit – both single- and double-breasted – all in the same standout shade and material that looked almost as if it were lit from within:
Red was an anchor for Gucci, who used accessories in a muted wine shade to slash through an understated colour scheme of black, white and blue.
The addition of a broad red bag strap worn diagonally across the chest gave an almost piratical edge to what was otherwise a straightforward, nautical collection.
Potentially staid double-breasted blazers and pressed, creased trousers were given a youthful update; jackets were worn without shirts underneath, while legwear came smartly cropped to an inch above the ankle and was teamed with minimal white trainers.
Elsewhere, bold red knitwear and chinos were toned down with vertically striped, slim-cut trousers and navy pea coats, respectively:
What do you thin ?So, will red be a welcome addition in your wardrobe once the weather starts to warm up? Or is this a colour trend that goes too far?