Men’s Style 7 days A/W 2023 commences this month with a slew of new collections to mark a further calendar year. As ever, there are a great deal of notable moments in retail outlet whether or not Gucci’s very first collection given that the departure of Alessandro Michele past November, or Martine Rose’s a lot-predicted demonstrate as guest designer of Pitti Uomo, the men’s collections will no question begin 2023 in design. 

From Pitti Uomo in Florence to Milan and Paris, Wallpaper* rounds up what to hope from Men’s Style 7 days A/W 2023 – so far. 

Men’s Fashion 7 days A/W 2023: all you will need to know

Pitti Uomo, 10-13 January, 2023

The 103rd edition of Pitti Uomo – the menswear trade truthful in Florence, Italy – will start out men’s vogue month with a chaotic routine of events centred all around the 14th-century Fortezza da Basso. British designer Martine Rose is this season’s marquee name as ‘Pitti Uomo guest designer’ she will display her A/W 2023 selection in the city’s Loggia del Mercato Nuovo, a historic market in the centre of town. Elsewhere, over 759 manufacturers will exhibit in the fair’s principal space – this time, there will even be a focused portion for outfits for canine and feline companions, ‘Pitti Pets’ – whilst Belgian designer Jan-Jan Van Essche will maintain a present as section of Pitti’s ‘Designer Project’ and British designer Luke Edward Hall’s lifestyle label Château Orlando will have a unique installation-cum-presentation at Sala delle Nazioni.

Martine rose runway show with model

Martine Rose S/S 2023, demonstrated as aspect of London Manner Week

(Image credit: Courtesy of Martine Rose)

Milan Fashion 7 days Men’s, 13-17 January 2023

Milan Fashion 7 days Men’s begins on Friday 13 January 2023 with a display from Gucci – marking the very first since the departure of artistic director Alessandro Michele very last yr. As but, there is minimal term on what to anticipate from the clearly show, although interest will be on the house as it enters its newest chapter. In other places, a British contingent will decamp to the town JW Anderson and Charles Jeffrey Loverboy will each exhibit during the week, the latter marking designer Charles Jeffrey’s Milanese debut. One more new arrival is Japanese designer Tomo Koizumi, who with the guidance of Dolce & Gabbana – much like Matty Bovan in the course of womenswear final September – will display a collection as element of Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana’s scheme to foster new talent. Following his debut for Etro for the duration of women’s fashion 7 days, Marco De Vincenzo will make his menswear debut at the property, while the usual major-ticket names – Prada, Giorgio Armani, Fendi et al – make up the relaxation of the agenda, no question environment the agenda for the time forward.

Louis Vuitton show with models holding flag

Louis Vuitton S/S 2023 at Paris Vogue 7 days Men’s

(Picture credit score: Courtesy of Louis Vuitton)

Paris Trend Week, 17-22 January 2023