What a season! The Spring 2020 menswear shows sprawled far across the globe over weeks on end, so much so that they kept the Vogue Runway reviewing team running from a beach in Malibu to New York to London, Florence, Milan, Paris, and finally to a field of lavender in Provence, France, last night. It was important business—and not just for business sake. Though bad on the carbon emission debt, which fashion is constantly stacking up, content-wise and thinking-wise, the season amounted to one big 21st-century symposium on masculinity. What does that even mean today?
Here was the top-line: Anything that circumnavigates, subverts, or outright opposes corporate white manhood is in. Men against the patriarchy. Designers against toxic manhood. Boys for joy. Everyone up in arms against fear.
That might be putting it a bit strongly, but consider all the tendencies—the talk about recapturing childhood innocence; the vector which took so many on a mind trip to Marrakech (code for dropping out, spirituality, and finding yourself); all the empowered expressions of male sexuality, frankly out in the open; and not least of all the gloriously pretty colors and sense of chic being brought under the umbrellas of establishment houses. Put it this way: Aggression and conformity are out, sensitivity is the way forward. - Vogue
Here is a look at our ever-inspiring RE:Source vault mashup with the current Men’s Spring 2020 collections…
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