Prints dominated this men’s season be it floral or abstract graphics, but rather than isolate the look to a simple top or bottom, designers opted for all over head-to-toe print-on-print as a key trend for the season. Dries Van Noten took to oversized graphic waves reminiscent of sixties mod art combined while Comme Des Garcons went all floral. Alexander McQueen had perhaps the most artisanal of prints this season while Valentino embraced their logo. Either way the all over print on print look was about major pride and peacocking as menswear continues to grow in the overall market. Something to be proud of after all.
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