3 Biggest Menswear Trends For Spring 2017

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March 9, 2017 | BY Chloe Street

Don't get left behind in last season's duds

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Marni Men's SS17 Backstage, Neil Barrett Men's SS17 (Photos: Courtesy of the brands)

We'll skip to the good stuff, so here are our picks for the three biggest and brightest (literally, as you'll see) trends straight from the Spring/Summer 2017 runways. It's all about colour play, with designers favouring earth tones in fifty shades of yellow,  brown and orange. 

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Yell out with yellow

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Salvatore Ferragamo, Hermès, MSGM (Photos: Courtesy of the brands)

Put some sunshine in your step for summer with canary, mustard or acid to brighten up your wardrobe—and your mood with it. Ferragamo saw a more utilitarian rendition of the sunny colour, while Hermès went the urban route with a neon bomber. What's your pick?

Earn some brownie points

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Canali, Jil Sander, Vetements (Photos: Courtesy of the brands)

Puce, fawn, hazel—what we saw on the runways this season made it clear that brown is no longer a hue reserved for army cadets. From the chestnut shades at Neil Barett to the camel toned corduroys at Vetements, the colour feels newly fresh, modern and urban.

Be bold and bright

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 Fendi sunglasses, Prada boots, Hermès duffel, Marni Men's SS17 (Photos: Courtesy of the brands)

Release your inner ten-year-old into a playground of patterns and bright colours with Marni's boldly striped shirts, Prada's neoprene sock boots and the eye-popping scarf-print duffels from Hermès. After all, have you ever really lived if you haven't rocked an orange shoe? 

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This article appears in the March 2017 issue of Hong Kong Tatler. Stay connected with us on our Facebook page.