Fall Fashion Week 2023: The Best Men’s Looks that Came in With a Bang

From Saint Laurent’s return to the menswear program to new formalwear at Givenchy, here is a highlight of the best menswear collection from fall 2023.

Prada Menswear Fall 2023.24

The Milan and Paris Men’s Fashion Weeks kicked off Fashion Month for the Fall/Winter 2023 season. The fashion event showcased the best of the men’s collections, from Dior’s homage to Yves Saint Laurent to genderless collections in brands such as Prada and Dolce Gabbana.

In Milan, Silvia Venturini Fendi presented a playful version of Fendi’s iconic Baguette bag, while Raf Simons and Miuccia Prada presented a collection entitled ‘Let’s talk about clothes’, with a strong focus on 1960s square tailoring. On the other hand, designer Anthony Vaccarello brought the dark, elongated silhouettes of Saint Laurent’s women’s closet to a gender-fluid, aesthetically precise fall showcase for men. Now, it looks like it’s the men’s turn to adapt with the incorporation of cuts and finishes taken directly from Saint Laurent’s womenswear collections.

Undoubtedly, fashion experts took advantage of this January week to bring out the trends proposed on men’s catwalks. Wide silhouettes, square and oversized tailoring, dramatic and exuberant bows, futuristic capes and coat volumes, leather skirts and jackets were just some of the bets that set the Fashion Week on fire.

Keep scrolling to see the best shows of FW23 Men’s Fashion Week.


For its Fall/Winter 2023 men’s collection, Givenchy re-evaluated tradition and, in doing so, embraced the many ways in which contemporary masculinity can be portrayed. Creative director Matthew M. Williams also “identified an instinctive evolution of sartorial virtues reflected in his own relationship with clothing,”.

Matthew M. Williams also mixed formal with casual. A monochromatic color palette stood out throughout the collection, with splashes of vibrant pinks, greens and purples. There was plenty of tailoring, cargo pants transformed into skirts over sweatpants, and tartan plaid skirts clashing with artfully worn knitwear.

Givenchy FW 2023.24


Anthony Vaccarello’s latest menswear collection continued to explore the boundaries of art within the context of clothing and was inspired by the refined and defined aesthetic of Japanese architect Tadao Ando, who designed the rotunda at the Bourse de Commerce – Pinault Collection where the show took place.

A palette of black, white, nude, navy blue and silver was the protagonist of the entire collection. However, the focus was on boldness of form and texture rather than color.

Fluidity was one of its hallmarks, and clean garments were the main focus. There were floor-hugging coats, hooded pieces with ultra-sharp shoulders, knitted tunics with elongated collars and much more.

Saint Laurent FW 2023.24


Fendi presented its latest Fall-Winter 2023.24 collection, which highlights the power of textures. Wide ponchos and coat-style capes wrapped the models, while trompe l’oeil jackets made of burnished leather and cashmere coats with fringe trim brought the high energy of the style.

The brand also went for classicism and traditional masculine silhouettes. There were asymmetrical sartorial classics and deconstructed shirts that revealed flashes of skin. Of course, there was the iconic “it”, the “Baguette Bag”.



Created by Miuccia Prada and Raf Simmons, Prada presented its latest Fall-Winter 2023.24 collection, exploring the principles of fashion and evaluating its importance and impact in the modern world. It was held at the Deposito of the Fondazione Prada. The Prada FW 2023.24 showcased a collection where simplicity, minimization, comfort, and amplification took centre stage.

The collection showcased assertive, and extreme silhouettes to create a unique and fresh finish. There was a range of military-inspired outwear – slim officer’s coats, peacoats, parkas flight jackets and voluminous bombers. The oversized collars and cardigans were also featured throughout the collection.



Designers Domenico Dolce & Stefano Gabbana unveiled their latest Dolce & Gabbana Fall Winter 2023/24 collection, exploring the essence of the brand. The show was held on January 14th, during the Milano Fashion Week.

The collection also explored the purity of the volumes, the innovative proportions, the tailored cut, the Italian fabrics and silks, and the handmade craftsmanship. Reviving elements of the FW 1999/00 collection, the Italian luxury fashion brand showed off micro-shirts, double-waist trousers, and superstructures of girdles, corsets and bands. “This has nothing to do with minimalism, but rather with simplicity,” they stated. Dark pieces were what this season’s collection was about. “These are our codes – which span from black to black, to eighty per cent black,” they joked.

Dolce & Gabbana FW 2023.24

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