VMAN's Top Ten FW19 Show-Stoppers

VMAN's Top Ten FW19 Show-Stoppers

Click through our radical round-up of the most outrageous looks from the men's FW19 runways.

Click through our radical round-up of the most outrageous looks from the men's FW19 runways.

Text: Brandon Tan

The last thing the Fall Winter 2019 men's shows did was disappoint. What they did do was serve absolutely outrageous looks—in a good way. A phenomenal way, really. Never before had a menswear season see such a range of creativity walk its runways. From silk draping to rhinestone briefs and all of the animal print imaginable, the shows were ironically and undeniably show-stopping.

On our roster of ceiling-shattering innovators are predictable contenders like Sacai, known for its Frankenstein-approach to combining classic garments into avant-garde masterpieces, and Prada, whose runways run rampant with Mrs. Prada's wild imagination and coincidentally, whose FW19 show was inspired by Frankenstein.

A few newbies to the round-up include Ludovico de Saint Sernin who, after just a year of establishing his own brand, was named a finalist for the prestigious LVMH Prize, and Loewe, who saw its first men's runway, perfectly embodying creative director Jonathan Anderson's affinity for flirting with feminine silhouettes. Marni's collection is also worthy of mention, who under the helm of Francesco Risso since 2016, has welcomed a playful penchant for mixing prints and patterns. Kriss van Assche's debut at Berluti showed a strong men's collection with very notable pieces including coats of gradient hues and supple leathered hoodies.

See below for the top ten FW19 show-stoppers.

Ludovico de Saint Sernin FW19 Look 24

Sacai FW19 Look 23

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