Start the year off on a fresh slate and toss behind old threads that defined 2015’s wardrobe. Gentlemen, keep it pared down with a minimal colour palette but make your statement with contrast socks or a wool fedora. Gym fanatics are in luck as the Athleisure trend follows strongly into 2016. The philosophy of fashion is simple — you can be whoever you want to be. Who will you be in 2016?
The guy who always looks so pulled together without even trying. His wardrobe revolves around a good selection of well-cut, basic staples in clean and relaxed silhouettes. He keeps his palette neutral with a pop of colour.
The guy who every guy desires to be — stylish and intellectual to boot. Classic, well-tailored pieces are key. He leaves room for sartorial expression with contrast socks.
The guy with a decadent edge and an air of don’t care. He favours romantic velvets and long, flowing layers that speak of dandified languor. There is a mood of romanticism, sensuality and mystery.
The guy who borrows from one of the most influential style muses of our time — Kurt Cobain, frontman of ’90s grunge band Nirvana. In disheveled tees and fuzzy knits, he softened the tough exterior of the archetypal rebel. The grunge movement continues to reverberate in music and fashion today.
The off-duty athletic (or wannabe athletic) who cleverly blurs the lines between activewear and streetwear His wardrobe moves in parallel to the rise of the Athleisure trend, popularised by labels like Alexander Wang, Adidas Originals and musicians like Kanye West & Pharrell Williams.