Menswear Just Got Maximalist. Here’s How To Wear It

As the prospect of increasing freedom from pandemic-related regulations looms on the horizon, we encourage you to shrug off the ritualistic objects of restriction and indulge in pieces that err towards extravagance – for example, a Gucci suit, the trouser flamboyant in a subtle flare, the jacket sumptuous in suede and boasting golden buttons, in a head-turning colour combination of pillar box-red and mauve. Strut in style with a flamingo-pink feathered stole over the shoulder. We agree that exuberance isn’t for the fainthearted, but freedom calls for the fanciful, and liberation for something a little louche. Paul Smith and Fendi also proposed looks that luxuriate in pink hues, the former rebelling against the linearity of lockdown with a collection that blends the style codes of past British subcultures, such as Northern soul obsessives, Mods, and New Romantics, with double-breasted suits, striped knitwear and Hawaiian shirts. Read more at Wallpaper.