Menswear Trends Spring Summer 2015: GQ India’s Trend Report

We know that you gentlemen out there are dying to know what’s dapper and what’s not this season.So we at bring you our easy menswear trends spring summer 2015 update. For that, we have exclusive access to GQ India’s Trend Report for Spring Summer 2015, from the world’s most stylish men’s fashion guide. Follow our guide to the current menswear trends spring summer 2015, as we show you how to work it in the Indian context and you’ll be well on your way to being the talk of your neighbourhood…and office.
Here are our handpicked trends

Traveller Style
There’s no denying how much we love to travel. This season, you are allowed — even expected — to dress like you’re on a luxury vacation, except that you’re not. Effortless style, comfort and, of course, utmost sophistication are your key words. You could be anywhere from Monaco and Mykonos to New York City and Sydney. The choice is yours. Louis Vuitton’s white pants and chevron print shirt make me want to board a cruiseliner, while Ferragamo’s exotic printed shirts and ties bring international influences to our wardrobes.

Louis Vitton

Wear the trend: Once again, separates are a great idea. Don a scarf or a shawl over your look, wear a pair of safari boots, maybe even pleated gabardine shorts. Maybe even some accessories, a sola hat is always a good idea. Or maybe one of Louis Vuitton’s Marc Newson backpacks.

Saint Laurent
Salvatore Ferragamo


Trainers – Sneakers
This is one of the most noticeable trends this season. It’s all about comfort over style, we’d like to think. Sneakers or trainers are being paired with just about anything. They’re no longer a travel staple but can now be worn with suits, trousers, chinos, jeans and even shorts.

Raf Simons Adidas


Adidas Stan Smith

Wear the trend: I say, the brigher the better. The quirkier your shoes get, the cooler it is for you. Adidas just never goes out of style. Or maybe go all out and splurge on a pair of golden Tom Ford kicks?

Tom Ford


Military Inspired
Listen up guys, there are so many more ways to sport the military trend than camo. We love camo but we need to move beyond that. Think bomber jackets, Napoleon style button details, smart evening blazers with statement buttons, epaulettes on shirts or jackets and even brown gabardine trench coats.



Richard James

Wear the trend: Statement buttons, epaulettes or even military boots are always so cool.

Diesel Black Gold




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