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Fashion has sprung!

Men’s spring summer collections for 2025

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Fashion has sprung!

A glimpse into three brands and their collections for the Men's Spring Summer 2025 Collection.

Fendi

With Fendi’s centenary year fast approaching, nostalgia runs high and the future is bright. 

Silvia Venturini Fendi, artistic director of accessories and menswear, considers the brand as a travelling time capsule mirroring decades and destinations, with Italian craftsmanship as its forever North star. The Men’s Spring/Summer 2025 collection is itself an homage to the universal — sublimating house codes that predate the first men’s silhouette revealed at Fendi in 1990.

In this collection that wardrobe’s pillars become sartorial puzzle pieces, activating soft expressions of contemporary masculinity through the lens of modern luxury. Once emblematic of an international elite, the notion of uniforms for work and play are deconstructed and dreamed anew in powdery shades: a mineral palette of sherbet and mist, ivory, caramel and buttermilk mingle with soft blues and natural indigo, black and forest green. 

Somewhere between sports and ceremony, the idea of the Fendi Club emerges — its crest emblazoned like a fantasy coat-of-arms on breast pocket and button. From head to toe, the collection revels in the virtuosity of the Selleria stitch, a technique passed to the Fendi family by Roman master saddlers in 1925. Scaled up and down, it is re-interpreted as a broken pinstripe suiting jacquard and threaded as a stripe or tonal FF logo through linen and plush textures, applied as a surface on Japanese boro denim, or reduced to a minimalist frame on crisp wool outerwear and leather goods. Subtle volumes create whispers of the past, as in an ample cloth bomber jacket, fluid trench coat and three-button blazers paired with slashed trousers cut loose through the leg.

Contoured details twist the propriety of garments with poplin shirt sleeves slashed at the elbow may be worn long or short, polo plackets twist from throat to rib and asymmetric silk knits unbutton down the shoulder creating an airy modularity. Over pleated shorts, long, patch-pocket overshirts with silk ties are layered beneath short summer jackets in tonal combinations of linen, leather, Madras check cotton and ultralight suede.


Tod’s

At a time when artificial intelligence is developing rapidly, it is important for the brand to keep the focus on the individual at the centre of the development process.

The new Men’s Spring/Summer Collection 2025 merges the goals of artificial intelligence with the values of artisanal intelligence, which holds the individual, their skills and their work as fundamental principles. 

The Pashmy project aims to represent the highest expression in the selection of leathers. The goal is to search for and select materials recognisable for their softness, lightness and the unmistakable extraordinarily silky touch, reminiscent of the delicacy of pashmina. Its use gives rise to an exclusive collection that includes outerwear, such as the Bomber, the Gio Jacket and the Shirt Jacket, bags like the new Di Bag sack, and footwear, including the iconic Tod’s T-Riviera and luxury sneakers.

For the first men’s collection by Creative Director Matteo Tamburini, quality, materials and detailing take centrestage in the Tod’s wardrobe. The garments are distinguished by timeless elegance and unmistakably Italian style, offering a contemporary and refined look.

The outerwear features innovative treatments on precious linens, presented on both formal-inspired blazers and overshirts, as well as being lined with a membrane and heat-sealed, as seen in the Field Jacket, for a modern and high-performance attitude.

The Gommino, an iconic product and symbol of “Made In Italy”, is enriched with a new sabot version in natural colours. The Bubble Gommino, an emblem of good taste and a relaxed style, is instead presented in the new boat model and with the T-bar accessory.

 The bag collection features the iconic Di Bag in the new sack version and in various canvas and leather variants, ideal for weekends and leisure time. The T Timeless world for this season is represented by the new shopper and belts.


Burberry

The sixth collection under the creative direction of Daniel Lee, continues to reference the brand’s archive and heritage. 

Think British design with checks, trench coats, Harrington jackets and Savile Row-inspired suits. Silk and linen trenches are woven with the Burberry Check, alongside versions in wool, cotton and Donegal tweed. Trench coats and Harrington jackets are in a newly developed tri-layer cotton. 

Coated cotton field jackets are garment-dyed and bleached for a lived-in feel. Shearling and leather coats sit beside peacoats in a patchwork of tweed and herringbone wool. Peplum-hem jackets and striped cotton shirts include wide B buckle trench belts. Savile Row-inspired double-breasted suits feature fuzzy mohair pinstripes. Trousers in wool or cotton canvas are detailed with zips and cargo pockets. Suede trench coats are garment-painted and patterned with cutout daisies. Twirled scarf ruffled silk dresses, skirts and shirts are printed with the Burberry Check in a watercolour effect. Pale colours are in washed shades and earthy tones.The Rocking Horse family expands to include a bucket bag in Burberry Check and a soft leather satchel with a detachable strap to interchange from a solid colour to Burberry Check. The classic Rocking Horse has been reformed in crocodile-effect embossed leather and a soft plongé nappa.

The Shield bag comes in a supple grainy calf leather alongside a new soft leather tote and a grainy leather bowling bag. There is a new mini Knight in grainy leather with the signature horse clip and a multifunctional strap.

In shoes, the Tower is a high-heeled loafer in leather with metal B hardware, also in a lace-up grainy version. The pointed-toe Bird pumps and mules are made from smooth leather and have broguing detail. The Mews mules with shield cutouts, roses and multiple straps feature in metallic and python-effect embossed leather, or the Burberry Check in washed linen and chainmail mesh. Strappy sandals are decorated with a metal B. The Coast sandal is detailed with duffle-like toggles.

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