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5 Spring Trends

The must-know trends of the season—available at Harry’s.

By: Harry Rosen StaffDate: 2024-03-14

Dawn-Tinted Pinks

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In the new millennium, we’ve witnessed a confident resurgence of pink in men's fashion, from Cam’ron’s iconic pink mink coat in 2002 to Italy’s Juventus triumphing in the Serie A title clad in fuchsia pink in 2016.

As pink makes its return, it’s time to embrace this versatile hue once again as featured this season in luxurious palettes like rosewood and aurora pink, which pair easily with chocolate browns and navy blues. When used in traditional tailoring and knitwear, pink can offer a head-turning twist while maintaining an air of effortless refinement.

Folkloric Footwear

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This season, modern interpretations of traditional silhouettes have breathed new life into footwear like fisherman sandals, espadrilles, double buckle sandals, and mules. These designs seamlessly blend artisanal craftsmanship with decorative elements, creating styles that pay homage to their rustic origins (Dutch clogs, Greek fisherman sandals) while confidently elevating your summer wardrobe.

Comfortable (De) Construction

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Stiff suits? Not so much anymore. Tailoring continues to surprise and evolve with the breezy weightlessness of modern construction. This approach evolves beyond pure businesswear and prizes softer and more effortless constructions in lightweight, breathable fabrics such as linen, linen-wool-silk, and linen-cotton blends as exemplified here from Canali.

So, can you wear these pieces to work? Definitely! These styles, seen throughout our new collections, transition seamlessly from the office into everyday wear.

The New Suit

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Traditional suits and tailoring still abound at Harry Rosen, but today, contemporary designers are exploring the concept of "suit-ility," considering the lifestyle of today’s man. Versatility is crucial, and these alternative expressions of the suit seamlessly complement our more traditional options. In this season's fashion landscape, suiting takes centre stage, accompanied by innovative additions like the soft power of a chore jacket with matching trousers, as seen here from A.P.C.

These fresh interpretations showcase the evolution of suiting, maintaining a sophisticated aesthetic even in a more casual context.

Sartorial Polos

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Traditionally considered strictly weekend wear, polo shirts have undergone a transformation, with brands each presenting their unique interpretation of this classic piece.

Take, for instance, this polo from Maurizio Baldassari, which is not dissimilar from the form-fitting statement polos of the ‘60s and ‘70s, with its more textured, vertical weave construction. Crucially, this version is woven in fine silk-cotton, a more modern fit, and is easy to implement into your existing wardrobe—work and weekend.

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