The menswear spring 2012 catwalks have barely had a chance to cool, the collections they hosted have yet to make their full impact, and there are another two seasons to live through before we even indulge in next year’s spring / summer pieces. Yet none of these points get in the way of the fact that with many an interpretation of menswear for spring / summer 2012 revealed, there comes a desire to begin promoting them.
And that’s just what Italy’s MFF (Magazine For Fashion) is doing. For their sixty-third issue, MFF have grouped models, designers and their collections for a crystal clear take on what the likes of Roberto Cavalli, Missoni, and John Varvatos are offering for the season.
Focussing largely on the tailored interpretations of the season, MFF’s gives a great insight into the dominant cuts and colours of spring / summer 2012. And, of course, none are more evident than the relaxed tailoring menswear trend that will evolve through the seasons; in fact it seems only to be Daniele Cavalli’s collection for Roberto Cavalli that shies away from the emerging cut entirely.
You can see the full photo shoot by clicking on the thumbnails and browsing through the photos.