These fall 2022 trends, which incorporate new shapes and women’s styles, offer a range of options for the well-appointed man.
When it comes to men’s accessories, the needle can be slow to move — especially when leather is involved. Traditional shapes and familiar fabrications have dominated collections for decades, adhering to strictly masculine codes of dress. Over the last few years, however, men’s fashion has entered a new era of freedom, most notably since Alessandro Michele was appointed the creative director at Gucci in 2015 and made feminine flourishes like ruffled collars and Mary Janes staples of his men’s wear collections. Now, flashy and imaginative bags, footwear and watches have
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