It is a strong, at times aggressive fashion, proposed for men’s footwear for the next cold season, consisting of many ankle boots and above all of structures with very large and showy volumes.
It is now clear and common knowledge that within the male scene, the models that suffered most from the advent of Covid were undoubtedly those related to tradition, the classic business proposals that did not adapt to lockdown needs.
It seems now that the whole world is slowly recovering and we therefore return to see derbies, moccasins, classic double buckles (those that simulate the double closure but then apply only one are very curious and stylish) at fashion exhibitions.
In any case, the next Autumn Winter of men’s footwear sees the triumph of the world of ankle boots available in many and different variations that fluctuate with the taste between the elegance of the dovetail and the sneaker hybridisation, and then rely on a typical “Mountain” look.
Very interesting reinterpretations of the beatles and warm wool details characterise the ankles and the trekking loops applied on many different models.
Finally, high soles with an important volume and design. They connote many models in a transversal way: from sneakers to moccasins, from the hiking world (with almost disproportionate tread teeth) to classic office models.
Contents inside the special issue:
- Pitti Immagine Uomo beyond all expectations
- Menswear returns to a positive trend in 2021
- Photo gallery
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