This isn’t the 1600s, and men around the world love to keep up with the latest in the fashion industry to look and feel their best. After all, in the 21st century, the fashion industry doesn’t only cater to women, it caters to men as well. From New York, London, and Paris, to Sydney, Madrid, and Mumbai, the latest trends in Men’s fashion keep on changing for the better at every turn. Which is why it is important to be informed about all these fashions and get your style on. Here are some of the latest trends in men’s fashion for the year 2018.

•    Cuban Collars

Safe to say that the recent success of the hit TV show, Narcos, had a real influence on things when it comes to men’s fashion. Watching all the gangbangers in Pablo Escobar’s crew and the vintage police officers of Cuba certainly gives out a nostalgic vibe. Which is probably the reason why the fashion industry, particularly, men’s, is going back to giving Cuban Collars a try. In 2018, you can definitely expect to see a lot of men around the world sport shirts with wide Cuban Collars and look as dashing as they possibly can.

•    Suave tailored and colored suits

For such a long time the men’s fashion industry has always considered bright and shocking colors as a big no-no, especially when it comes to 3-piece suits. Well, not anymore. Men’s fashion industry in 2018 has pioneers, who aren’t afraid to put their reputations and their careers on the line, to opt for something new and DANGEROUS. In 2018, you can expect a whole lot of popular men sporting colorful and bright 3-piece suits to look distinctive and cool.

•    It’s not all about clothes

The men’s fashion industry doesn’t only deal with clothes. Oh no, they don’t. From Rolex watches to iconic rings, men’s fashion industry encompasses it all. It doesn’t matter what your inclination is, if you are a Goth person, member of a biker gang, or have your own rock band, you can always count on the fact that there will be a sterling silver ring for men.

•    A Trip down the memory lane

Sometimes, the only way to step forward is to step backward. However illogical that might sound to you, the men’s fashion industry believes in doing things differently. A trip down the memory lane, particularly to the 70s, is a big yes-yes for the pioneers in the fashion industry. Prada, Gucci, and Fendi, all are going back to the basics and doing it all over again. You talk about grandpa cardigans, vintage Alpine accent, Woodstock hair, beards, and best of all, fur, the men’s fashion industry wants to do it all over again. In 2018, you are bound to see people sporting the very same fashion trends that their grandparents sported.

•    The technical side of things

The men’s fashion industry has changed for the better, and it’s not only about appearance anymore. The fashion industry may not be rocket science, but it sure involves a lot of science these days. Every new development that occurs in the fashion industry is equal parts technology and appearance. Tactical wear is making a name for itself, which means that in 2018 you are going to witness a lot of people sporting cool and retro merchandise while also giving it a real go in the fitness department. All sports brands, such as Nike, Adidas, Puma, etc., are merging technology with good looks and coming up with the items that are not only functional but are great to wear and look at as well.

Published by Kaushal Shah