Graphic placements and colour blocks were used in a palette that contrasted between black, white and grey and the more fey family of nudes and peachy shades enlivened with a brighter red. Colour blocking was contrasted with scribbled and illustrative graphics on T-shirts. The silhouette meanwhile was a touch tighter on tailoring while the casualwear was given over to a more louche feel and long line knits added the extra languor.
Gossamer thin knits included grey jerseys that were worn open while flat fronted trousers came with drawstrings. Oversized graphic statements including grey and black squares on T-shirts also stood out.
For more spring 10 menswear trends see issue of Drapers (June 27), which will feature a full report from Florence menswear show Pitti Uomo. Drapers (July 4) will feature an in-depth guide to the men’s catwalks.